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Thu Jan 3 18:22:28 UTC 2008
"tim Rowledge" <tim at rowledge.org> wrote
>> Like this
>> sample from a Lisp web framework - it made it so easy to access and
>> something without having to download, install, and poke around in an
> That's such a 19th century approach. Why would anyone want to have a
> fixed linear view of a mesh entity dynamic system?
In my case it was because I was not familiar with the package, wanted to get
a general feel for its structure, and did not want to download and install
(in this case, even into a new unfamiliar IDE).
Not an uncommon situation, I would think.
Why would you call hyperlinked documentation a fixed linear view?
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