brian.mckee at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 14:42:14 UTC 2009
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 5:33 AM, Silner <silner at sdf-eu.org> wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Feb 2009 12:41:39 +0100, Vincent Trouilliez wrote:
>> Of course people would pay for DW on Linux, just like they would pay for
>> DW on Windows.. because it's the tool they want and there is no serious
>> competitors/equivalent, just like is the case for zillions of windows
>> commercial applications. So if they want it, they would have to pay for
>> it. Of course some people would just steal it from P2P networks... just
>> like they do the Windows version, no more no less. So if DW is viable
>> under Windows, I don't see why it couldn't be so on Linux, because past
>> years have proven that there is not a remote chance of having a DW
>> equivalent before many many years, if ever there is one.
> Mind you, I also come across more experienced Linux users who tell me,
> since DW is just a giant script engine, you may as well save your money
> and learn the scripts.
<yes, this is an attempt at using humour to prove a point>
Well, the Linux kernel is just a bunch of C code compiled into
assembler - you might as well just learn the assembler and skip the
whole OS thing....
</end bad attempt at humour>
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