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Tue Mar 3 15:12:01 UTC 2009
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 9:42 PM, Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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....
There is one significant difference. The Linux kernel is essential to
the use of Linux.
Dream Weaver better called Pipe Dream Weaver has no essential part in
Web Development though I know it does some sexy things.
It does encourage the clueless into Web Development. As for myself I
am not a web developer but I do find that from time to time I get
called to debug some of the crap generated by a friend of mine who has
been using DW for years.
</end rant about my perceived value of DW>
> </end bad attempt at humour>
In a world without walls who needs Windows (or Gates)? Try Linux instead!
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