Subject: Re: speed vs portability
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: John S. Dyson <email@example.com>
Date: 06/11/1998 23:16:54
Perry E. Metzger said:
> "John S. Dyson" writes:
> > FreeBSD will likely never run on more than 3-4 architectures, and
> > that allows for reasonable quality control.
> "NetBSD compiles three times slower!"
I didnt' say that for general cases. You present degenerate
anecdote. I presented anecdote that was a real build of
> "NetBSD doesn't *really* run on any platform! Even the i386 port isn't
> up to what I'd call 'finished'."
> "NetBSD has no quality control."
I don't remember saying that.
If you cannot find where I said "NetBSD has no quality control"
I expect an admission of a lie.
John | Never try to teach a pig to sing,
firstname.lastname@example.org | it just makes you look stupid,
email@example.com | and it irritates the pig.