Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Oct 2007 06:44 UTC
Amiga & AROS Bill McEwen of Amiga, Inc. writes in a public letter: "Over the last several months and in fact couple of years, Amiga has continued our software and business development and generally kept quiet. This path of quietness was chosen so that we communicated only when there was a development that culminated in a product that could be purchased. In recent weeks, our being quiet has been interpreted as weakness or an open invitation to attempt harming our business relationships and opportunities with partners and customers."
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RE[13]: Why?
by makfu on Mon 8th Oct 2007 05:27 UTC in reply to "RE[12]: Why?"
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"I have experienced it several times in W2k in MY programs (1 thread, windowed directx)."

Anecdotes donít cut it; I want you to prove it. I want the binary for this single threaded, windowed directx app that, when running at normal priority, will elicit the behavior you are describing.

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RE[14]: Why?
by viton on Mon 8th Oct 2007 18:46 in reply to "RE[13]: Why?"
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Anecdotes donít cut it; I want you to prove it.

Sorry makfu, but i'm too lazy to do it ;)
You're free to believe me or not.
I agree, i was too agressive with "will block",
and i should say "can block ... under rare circumstances"
But i did it solely because of my trolly nature =)

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