I guess my preferences used to accord with yours, but I now tend to prefer
the convention in which the response appears first, followed by some kind of
separator after which all text is assumed to be a quotation. It saves a lot
of scrolling past stuff I’ve already read.
Bill Caroselli <email@example.com> wrote in message
David Bacon <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
The connect() function is in libsocket, so adding -lsocket to the
linking command should do the trick.
jschneider wrote, ca. 28 Mar 2003 14:28:51 GMT:
Neil Carter <> email@example.com> > wrote:
When compiling ghostscript in Photon on 6.2.0, I’m getting a series of
messages relating to the X libraries, thus:
which version of ghostscript did you try to compile? Some time ago I
tried version 8.0. When calling ‘make’, the hole QNX operating system
producibly hung after some time of compiling - no mouse, no keyboard,
I have a friendly request.
When you post teh portions of text that you are quoting from a
previous post aren’t indented with a ‘>’. It makes it a little
more difficult to follow what you said vs. what teh other guy said.
I guess as the poster your entitled to your own personal preference,
but I’d appreceite it if you could include some visual indent.