Re: Hello

From: Jason Wilkins (fenix@IO.COM)
Date: 09/22/98

On Tue, 22 Sep 1998, George wrote:

> On Tue, 22 Sep 1998, Jason Wilkins wrote:

> At the time I did that to cause the least changes in bpl14.  It has since
> been changed to do the same as strcpy() and the like.

Great, I'll have to go get the latest version.

> More of an aversion to a huge change.  Once we take the little step and
> nothing breaks, we go with the whole thing.

I guess I've been coding just long enough to start getting into
programmers mind's.  This is exactly what I thought when I looked at it.
Maybe this is a good sign.  Its no fun trying to understand code written
by someone that doesn't think the way you do.

> Sort of like the IS_NPC()
> changes.  Some of those are in right now, but the critical one [the actual
> macro itself] has not been changed pending further analysis I don't want to
> make at the moment.

Well, at least you are making the analysis.  Last week I made a big change
to some code before thinking it through some more.  After going back and
doing some design I found out that I had made a big mistake!


Who exactly is responsible for the "canonical" code base for Circle?

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