[Bug 1557] New: HTML Tidy-050826

Randy McMurchy randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Aug 27 23:27:28 PDT 2005

Justin R. Knierim wrote these words on 08/28/05 01:18 CST:

> It was only an offer, if you don't need it, fine.

You apparently have misunderstood the discussion. It went like

Randy: "Tidy is a pain-in-the-ass because they move their stable
tarball every few days".

Bruce: "Point to Anduin"

Randy: "Yeah, good idea, but I always forget to update Anduin"

Justin: "You can always point to (wherever) then".

What you fail to realize Justin, is that (wherever) is only as good
as Anduin. And I specifically mentioned that I fail to update Anduin.
See what I mean?

Pointing to (wherever) is no different that pointing to Anduin. If
Anduin ain't got it, (wherever) ain't got it.

Though your suggestion is very kind, it isn't practical and doesn't
help with the current dilemma.


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