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Post is unread #1 Mar 14, 2003, 1:35 pm
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I am nearing completion of trying to make my code happy-go-lucky and minus bugs, and I hear about FUSS. Looking at FUSS, I realize all of the hours of work and the patience I had to exercise to see it through could've been finished before I started had I known and chosen FUSS before doing these 52+ bug fixes and 4 large code alterations. Point? Just to my fellow noobie self taught coder dynamos out there, if you aren't very far along or just getting started and are thinking about using smaug 1.4a stock for a base, first take a look at the FUSS docs where it shows the buglists that are already fixed on it. Then go take a gander. Unless you have a heck of alot of time and patience solely for bugfighting, I'd take advantage of the nice thing Samson has done by distributing it. Were I not now about one long work session from having manually done the lists and suggested code alterations myself and 28 snippets and 4 original code chunks into it on my current code, I'd have definitely used it. I'll just chalk it up to a learning experience. Yea, that's it, I meant to do that!
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