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There have to be. Everytime a new functionality is shipped, there will an incompatibility.
Oh, I see. Well, nobody ever agreed on what a newline character was. VMS "solved" the problem by having none. What a f***ing PITA that one was.
Actually, nobody agrees on what an end-of-file is either. Most are implemented based on NIH syndromes.
But all of this is a good for them. If they know about the existence of differences in header files, they might just be able to extrapolate that there may be differences in numerical values (which nobody learns).
This is where not having broken the meaning of version and edit numbers could have helped.
There was a quality control reason for implementing
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I have no idea what you're talking about. Sorry. And they shouldn't if they're using a computer system as a convenient tool in some other degree...
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So what if compiled? The whole point that should be communicated with them all is that it has to compile using x copy of foobar. That is life and the sooner those kids learn this fact the better off everybody will be. You don't have to believe nor disbelieve the successful compilation claim. What matters is that it compiles on the system it is going to run on.
This is a serious, probably the biz' most serious, problem in this day and age of zero quality control. Nobody can specify what they used to make an EXE or LIB.
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That's intrinsically the metalanguage, and clbutt of clbuttes 'is it a clbutt?' problem. If love is the end of...
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standard system stuff is EREP ... i remember early in the 3380 cycle where they added predictive maintenance...
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Sounds like a trick. Ignore the problem and play dumb. It's very successful tactic. And no, I'm not loveist. Males are learning this trick too. I also understand that you can't do much without getting a loveual harrbuttment lawsuit slapped on you.
Look, incompatible builds have always been a problem, even in the days where most software out in the world was uniform and under the control of the big 7. It's got to be a jungle out there will a million different flavors of almost the same thing.