Russell Towle <rto### [at] inreachcom> wrote:
> Apparently, one has to supply empty text files, one of which has to do with
> non-existent prerequisites?
I have never needed to supply any empty text files. I have never put
anything in the prerequisites. I haven't had problems.
> Apparently, everyone in the world uses Windows? No, that is not true. But this
> library blithely assumes so.
> I took a look at one of the library's objects, the "buckyball." Perhaps it is
> fully-compliant with the library's standards. Its documentation is not
> compliant with reality.
> Buckminster Fuller did not invent the buckyball, which, taken as a polyhedron,
> is one of the thirteen Archimedean Solids, the Truncated Icosahedron. Rather,
> Fuller is credited with inventing the geodesic dome, which has many variations,
> among which are those domes based upon the Platonic icosahedron or pentagonal
I don't really understand your point. So maybe the author made a small
attribution mistake in the documentation. How does that make anything a
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