C. Michael Pilato
cmpilato at red-bean.com
Thu Jan 4 23:08:04 CST 2007
Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> "It has other bits of functionality that extend beyond basic file and
> directory versioning; beyond just sending and receiving changes to and
> from a central repository."
> I think the use of a semicolon there is awkward. I was taught that
> semicolons always separate two wholly complete sentences. I think if
> I heard you speak that text and I were transcribing, I'd just write a
That's called a typo -- I meant to use a comma. :-)
> 'Creating Locks' section
> The examples all have prompts of "[harry]$" Why are breaking our "$"
> convention only in this one section of this one chapter? Don't we
> show Harry and Sally doing different things in other chapters? Is
> there really a problem of disambiguation between Harry and Sally's
> actions here, given all the surrounding explanations?
I can revert this, but I did it because I got tired of seeing this at
the start of every example:
I agree with the rest of the review. Thanks, dude.
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato at red-bean.com>
"The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has
been found difficult; and left untried." -- G. K. Chesterton
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