nicholasferguson at wingarch.com
Wed Sep 17 05:25:39 PDT 2014
I disagree. Answers have to be responsible.
I got one answer, and the person said, I don't have any experience with enable-dbgutil on windows..but I advise you not to use VS 2010. That is a responsible answer.
So tell me you don't have any experience with --enable-dbgutil on windows. And then give me some pointers, about other issues of LibreOffice.. .
But don't answer an email.. where the intent of the msgs is that if I follow your suggestions..I 'might' get a build
From: Norbert Thiebaud [mailto:nthiebaud at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 8:19 AM
To: nicholas ferguson
Cc: Eike Rathke; libreoffice
Subject: Re: enable-dbgutil
On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 7:13 AM, nicholas ferguson <nicholasferguson at wingarch.com> wrote:
> You obviously have never built Libreoffice under a window, using
> --enable-dbgutil. So to tell me to do extra work...on your hypothesis.
> Don't. I have tons of work then to prove our your hypothesis. And I
> think this rule should apply to any answers you give on Libreoffice.
> I expect a Redhat developer, world experts in Linux...not to have me
> chase their rabbits.
What make you think you can _expect_ anything at all.
As an expert Windows dev you should know that there is no such thing as 'system icu' on windows...
In anycase, you asked a question, it has been answered graciously.. if you do not like the answer, fine, just ignore it and fidn a better one for yourself.. but do _not_ bite the hand that nicely tried to help you
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