On 16/10/2017 11:05, clipka wrote:
> jr <cre### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
>>> Windows 10 users might also be able to resort to the "Windows subsystem
>>> for Linux"; from what I've heard, as of the Fall Creators Update it's an
>>> official part of the system. (Prior to that it was an optional
>>> beta-stage component that required separate installation.)
>> given that you're a quote Windows Jockey with said subsystem in place +
>> working, it'd be nice if you could verify that 'nocomment' will indeed
>> build, since Stephen has already demonstrated that the cygwin route does
> May do, provided I find the time.
heh. here's what I read:
> ... provided I find the time.
I used to run a Xubuntu box for a while (back in the Pentium age) and
know /exactly/ what you mean. apt-getting flex, getting 'nocomment'
from the server, typing make would have taken me, uh, I don't know, two
and a half minutes? I mean, who in today's world has that much time on
> May do, ...
'may' to me means "hadn't given it any thought yet", understandable
since the utilities likely aren't of any interest to you.
however, I cannot fathom why you're so keen to tell about the wonderful
"Windows subsystem for Linux" -- twice -- with all the "might"s and
"should"s, when not even yourself is using it for the purpose you
suggest. is that a "Windows thing"?
regards, (perplexed) jr.
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