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May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
then why I need to act like that? re code trivial things if they will still need to prove it in court, I think the changes is matters and there is nothing about file history.
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
So I can write it from scratch, the question is where is guaranties that someone will not say me "Hey! it's my GPL Hello World"
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
So ... I rename math.c to non_gpl_math.c and clean header. How is it possible to detect that it was gpl math.c ... I think it's ENOUGH changes for "OWN VERSION OF MIN"
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
Are you joking!? Why I must to write the same when I already got it... it's just pointless. No one except me will know the file history. What if I write the same, it's not that hard.
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
it's not about brain at all... it's weird part of licensing.
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
So how much I must to change it to make it "MY OWN VERSION OF MIN" sorry, but it's funny.
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
What means own version? MY OWN version of MIN, sounds hilarious!
May
12
asked What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
Apr
19
comment What do you suggest for cross platform apps, including web
the only thing I know for true crossplatform is GCC
Apr
10
accepted Is it sane to use Document based NoSQL for store big data tables
Apr
10
answered Linux distro for software development support?
Apr
10
comment Is it sane to use Document based NoSQL for store big data tables
It's much easier for me to think about 100 nodes except of thinking about 100 documents with the same structure, and documents will be just realization, it's not hard to realize such "Table API" for documents, I really afraid usability and performance.
Apr
10
comment F# performance vs Erlang performance, is there proof the Erlang's VM is faster?
Really good question! I like and use F# but I'm also interested in Erlang, I like the idea and syntax but I still can't find the point of Erlang :(
Apr
10
asked Is it sane to use Document based NoSQL for store big data tables
Apr
4
accepted Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
Apr
4
comment Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
thank you for Protocol Buffers, maybe I will use it right now for my project. Seems interesting, and protobuf-net for client.
Apr
4
comment Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
I don't transfer data in strings / commands only.
Apr
4
comment Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
so because of size only? does size of commands such mutter? it's not easier for humans, it's easier for me to debug (just a bit).
Apr
4
comment Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
using UTF8 isn't a problem, writing normal parser / lexer is not a problem, same as parsing binary nodes, sure binary is more compact but I don't want to use strings for data, just foe commands. If I compare commands size with all other data it's no matters strings they are or binary symbols.
Apr
4
comment Why Is it better to use unreadable bytes for client server communication?
about security: I understand but binary data is also hack-able in this way, just a bit more complex / harder.