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Reply #1
Interesting read!

Good to see that my client is used on Solaris as well :)
Thanks for sharing this.
when good software is not an alternative...

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Reply #2
Very cool. It's so much easier to relate to the things that impact performance when you can actually see them. Counting cycles on paper is no fun :)
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Reply #3
Glad you both found it interesting, and thanks for keeping the client working on Solaris, I for one *really* appreciate it ;-)

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At Maker Faires I'm always asked if the client works on multiple platforms. I always say "Linux, Mac, Windows, and Solaris". That seems to be enough for everyone :)
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[quote author="ian"]At Maker Faires I'm always asked if the client works on multiple platforms. I always say "Linux, Mac, Windows, and Solaris". That seems to be enough for everyone :)[/quote]
Solaris? Who uses Solaris?! :D

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Me, thanks to the day job :-)

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[quote author="alanbur"]Me, thanks to the day job :-)[/quote]
Day job does not count! :D