[antlr-interest] Re: Make the generated Java files private
parrt at cs.usfca.edu
Tue Oct 21 10:58:53 PDT 2003
I don't even hear the "fine" or other word anymore in the acronym...i
just hear it as "read the manual"... but I'm pretty vulgar. If there's
a doubt I guess we should avoid trouble ;)
Regardless, I'm glad people find this "forum" polite in general, as
that is my goal! I refuse to read slashdot because of all the mean
people there (all of them are trying mentally joust instead of help
On Tuesday, October 21, 2003, at 08:55 AM, Matt Benson wrote:
> It may have come across as impolite, but then it is
> the accepted definition of an abbreviation that is
> part of the "programming lexicon"... I have often seen
> people chastise themselves on mailing lists for not
> having "RTFM"d.
> Just playing devil's advocate a little...
> --- Tom Zagotta <tzagotta1 at sienasystems.com> wrote:
>>> = Read The F****** Manual
>>> I am not news-group-police, but isn't that
>> considered impolite?
>> *Very* impolite.
>> - Tom
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