Linked by Alfonso Martinez on Tue 20th Oct 2009 22:51 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Since I encountered BeOS 5 Personal Edition, my experience with BeOS PE led me to purchase the BeOS 5 Professional Edition, which I used for some years. I am not ashamed to say that I love using this OS. After the demise of Be Corp., I still used BeOS as my "main OS" since it would do everything that I needed to do, except for gaming and academic works. I closely followed all the developments of the BeOS contenders after Be's fall... Until Zeta OS became the leading standard for a short time. I purchased every Zeta OS release that YellowTab produced. It is currently my favorite BeOS version today.
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A wild regex appears...
by sweetnavelorange on Tue 20th Oct 2009 23:04 UTC
sweetnavelorange
Member since:
2009-05-05

"imcodessed", "codefer", did someone do a blind s/pr/cod/g on this article?

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RE: A wild regex appears...
by TrueDis on Wed 21st Oct 2009 00:52 in reply to "A wild regex appears..."
TrueDis Member since:
2007-06-19

It would appear so. Seriously stupid stuff...

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RE[2]: A wild regex appears...
by Tuishimi on Wed 21st Oct 2009 15:46 in reply to "RE: A wild regex appears..."
Tuishimi Member since:
2005-07-06

Thankfully there are people out in the internet ready and willing to point out other people's mistakes in a kind and supportive manner, just like you!

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RE: A wild regex appears...
by zlynx on Wed 21st Oct 2009 01:08 in reply to "A wild regex appears..."
zlynx Member since:
2005-07-20

I'd bet someone wanted to change <pre> tags to <code> tags.

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