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I look forward to reading your patch.

I didn't offer one.

On one hand you admit you don't know what the problem is, yet on the other you assert you know what you are talking about. Both can't be right.

Of course they can. (Look back for the phrase "unfortunately necessary supposition".)

if you understand the patches

Bingo!

But that only tells us the problem that you feel needs addressing and how you've chosen to tackle it.

It doesn't tell us how you think that scenario might come about; nor what other solutions have been considered.

But enough! We've descended below what is apparently the justifiable cut-off for the depth of a discussion (>10), and all we are doing is talking at each other, so let's stop here and see what time will tell us.


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In reply to Re^12: 5.18.0 is available NOW! by BrowserUk
in thread 5.18.0 is available NOW! by Tux

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