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Remember that source code that MS said they'd release?

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It''s certainly interesting ... although some of these functions weren''t actually undocumented, and many of them are of questionable use.

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Post a link to the download page please, I cant seem to find it.
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hmm ,

i think there are lots more ms is not giving out. Ms will never comply fully to giving out their code.. bill gates hates open source..

Its my duty, to please that booty ! - John Shaft

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How anti open-source is Gates? MS has trouble documenting currently available API calls.. and I think that's a long way off from what I'd consider open-sourcing. But really, I think their stance is based on prinicple. See, MS has always believed in stealing code... but how can they steal code or give other people an equal opportunity to steal it back if it's all freely available? See, Microsoft is just trying to protect our right to steal, guys.

[edited by - Air on September 1, 2002 12:39:54 AM]

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