Re: Why are we still using trn?

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Mike Castle <> wrote:
: In article <>,
: Jeremy Nixon  <> wrote:
: >The problem with trn is that the code is so antiquated and ugly that it's
: >not easy to hack things into.  It's missing a lot of stuff I'd like to
: It's actually used as the example for Spencer's and Collyer's paper
: "#ifdefs Considered Harmful".  I think that says quite a bit there.

Hehe :)

The references, for those who don't want to do the stfw themselves:


  Lars J

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