[LMH]Outstanding work on SSDN2
James A. Crippen
Sun Apr 28 17:50:01 2002
John Morrison <email@example.com> writes:
> (He asked, most definitely pushing his luck...) Now that you guys have
> got this down to a science, does this mean I should finally scan in my
> LISP CHINE NUAL for similar treatment? I promised Francois Rideau at
> tunes.org that I would someday do this, but it has never risen to the
> front of my 9-PalmPilot-page "todo" list.
I guess we could. I'm not patient enough to work on the ten-finger
conversion, but I like to do the TeXification.
> Some of the folk at work swear by Doxygen (sp?). Unfortunately, I
> have never played with is. Let me know what to do.
I think I looked at it and was disappointed for some reason, but
that's been six months or more. I'll have to go back and look around
> If code were art, mine would either be Chiaroscuro (half obscured in
> darkness) or vaguely Picasso-esque (in the sense that both eyes were
> on the same side of the face -- lacking perspective?). I expect many
> much more amusing analogies could be made here if I had the benefit of
> a Classical Education.
Hmm... Perhaps Van Gogh? It makes you want to chop off your ear? ^_^
James A. Crippen <firstname.lastname@example.org> ,-./-. Anchorage, Alaska,
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