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#1: 03 Nov 2012 17:01

offline ahirbhairav

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are both awesome. And from the screenshots Xem also looks good. How do I obtain a copy of Xem without nagging Jacob (OK if I call you Jake? It takes a lot of time to type) for it?


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#2: 04 Nov 2012 01:33

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No, please don't call me Jake. Besides, it's only one letter shorter! :P You can call me jvvg if you want something something shorter, though.

For Xem, I only have archives of the source code and I don't remember how to put it all together. The project died over a year ago.


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#3: 04 Nov 2012 06:21 - Edited

offline ahirbhairav

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OK, jvvg.

If you want, I can help you put it back together.


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#4: 04 Nov 2012 06:51

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ahirbhairav wrote
OK, jvvg.

If you want, I can help you put it back together.

If you want to try, it requires an extensive knowledge of AutoIT.


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#5: 04 Nov 2012 12:51

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RCOS_Communications wrote
I just want to say Crystal's installation server doesn't work

Hmm. That's strange.


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#6: 04 Nov 2012 15:44

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Jacob wrote

ahirbhairav wrote
OK, jvvg.

If you want, I can help you put it back together.

If you want to try, it requires an extensive knowledge of AutoIT.

I've done some AutoIT programming. Also, your ACID programming language is awesome. Any plans to make an OS in that?


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#7: 05 Nov 2012 01:11

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ahirbhairav wrote

Jacob wrote

ahirbhairav wrote
OK, jvvg.

If you want, I can help you put it back together.

If you want to try, it requires an extensive knowledge of AutoIT.

I've done some AutoIT programming. Also, your ACID programming language is awesome. Any plans to make an OS in that?

I also discontinued ACID a long time ago. I might try programming C Major or some other programming language soon, though.


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#8: 05 Nov 2012 05:21

offline ahirbhairav

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Jacob wrote

ahirbhairav wrote

Jacob wrote
If you want to try, it requires an extensive knowledge of AutoIT.

I've done some AutoIT programming. Also, your ACID programming language is awesome. Any plans to make an OS in that?

I also discontinued ACID a long time ago. I might try programming C Major or some other programming language soon, though.

Now about that code...


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#9: 05 Nov 2012 09:39

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ahirbhairav wrote

Jacob wrote

ahirbhairav wrote
I've done some AutoIT programming. Also, your ACID programming language is awesome. Any plans to make an OS in that?

I also discontinued ACID a long time ago. I might try programming C Major or some other programming language soon, though.

Now about that code...

I'll go try to dig it up.


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#10: 06 Nov 2012 07:33

offline ahirbhairav

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Jacob wrote

ahirbhairav wrote

Jacob wrote
I also discontinued ACID a long time ago. I might try programming C Major or some other programming language soon, though.

Now about that code...

I'll go try to dig it up.

thanks!


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