On 22.07.2020 01:39, jr wrote:
>> And if you read a little about the history, you'd know that the code
>> *can't* be published publicly because there is proprietary code that
>> needs to be scrubbed.
> _parts_ of the code. no reason why the remainder could not have been worked on,
> and no reason why a functional specification of the proprietary code could not
> have been published.
And that specification comes out of thin air? And the splitting of the
code between proprietary and available for publication comes out of thin
air, too? - The answer is simple: No and no.
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