I'm not the same person, and I'm hardly a sycophant.  I've been critical of some of the design choices, but at the end of the day, the source code is there for me to change if I'm THAT dissatisfied.  It's obvious that hundreds of man-hours have gone into the development of this program, and the fact that the source is being made available is more than any of us really have any right to expect.  I suspect if you're not capable of understanding the data structures by examining the scantailor files and the source code, you're probably not capable of changing the source code either.  The problem isn't that the doxygen docs are html rather than pdf (honestly, why does that even matter?), it's that you aren't skilled enough to use them no matter what format they're in.

I can fully understand why Joseph would be reluctant to engage in "discussion" which is little more than a thinly-veiled attempt by incompetent programmers such as yourself to get him to implement the changes you'd like to see, but are incapable of coding. 


On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 2:11 PM, Raymond Chang <hyksos.chang@gmail.com> wrote:
More likely you are the same as Joseph , I dont understand your sycophancy and absence while were were discussing the program architecture abd he was refusing to explain the datastructure. Why are you so beholden to him ? Maybe the very same person.


On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 1:55 PM, David McDuffee <spamsickle@gmail.com> wrote:
Shut the fuck up, Chang.  Joseph has been more than willing to answer substantive questions, and has generously shared the source code with anyone who wants to download it.  It's a simple matter to generate doxygen in html format, and that's all I've needed.  If you need them in pdf format for some exotic reason, then figure it out yourself.  Asswipe.

2011/8/17 Raymond Chang <hyksos.chang@gmail.com>
On Fri, Aug 12, 2011 at 11:47 AM, Joseph Artsimovich <joseph.artsimovich@gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2011-08-12 at 10:46 -0700, Raymond Chang wrote:
> Did this post ever made to the mailing list ?
It did.

I didn't answer because I don't know how to make doxygen generate a pdf,
and in addition I am not really looking forward to even more
"discussion".  I'd rather see people write code than ask infinite number
of questions.

I think your desire is to slaughter the chicken and prevent it from laying any egg.

You dont want to have any discussion so no one can understand the code and you use it as a honey pot and bait to attract and filter to only those who can give something to you ... not take anything from you.

This is a disease that many people who have little knowledge have ... a shallow bucket gets emptied really fast.

Do you have an upgraded version of this marketed to some corporations under the table ?

Why are you so possessive if you really want an open source ?

You want an open source to prevent competition to corporations.

And at the same time bait any person with better idea and snatch it away.

You are based in UK and Anna Chapman was also based there but it is not the reason. I dont see sincerity in you and desire to cooperate to improve the program .. you wasted more time to help compile yet you did not spend a tenth of it explaining anything on the architecture. The excuse of time is not valid since you can explain things and give excellent explanations like the Russian authors of Mir Publishers have demonstrated.




>
> On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 11:47 PM, Raymond Chang
> <hyksos.chang@gmail.com> wrote:
>         Since the discussion in the list has almost come to zero -
>         whether from business or general despondency, let me try to
>         revive it.
>
>         Who can supply doxygen and other code documentation /
>         understanding doc as a pdf ? pdf, not html.
>
>         I dont have it installed and linux running. I am mainly a
>         windows person now.
>
>         We can use this as a starting point for discussion.
>
>         Raymond
>
>
>
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