Re: I've thought better of Linux
- From: "Brandon J. Van Every" <mylastnameruntogether@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 11:30:42 -0700
Kirk Job Sluder wrote:
"Brandon J. Van Every" <mylastnameruntogether@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
An example ? Dreamweaver comes with its own buggy implementation of ssh (secure shell) used to upload web sites thru scp, which is by no way the same used by puty, a ssh client. Resulting is duplication of software, effort and the fact that although Puty works quite well, Dreamweaver's implementation is buggy and it's not going to get fixed because Macromedia people doesn't care (if you don't care, better than shipping a crapy implementation is depending on an existing implementation done by someone else).
I wouldn't be shocked if a Windows-centric company did a half-assed job on Unix. Doesn't mean the same product has such problems on Windows.
Macromedia has not become windows-centric over the last several years?
I thought with all the terms you were using above, you were describing a Unix version of Macromedia. If not, my mistake.
-- Cheers, www.indiegamedesign.com Brandon Van Every Seattle, WA
I won't spend more than 1 day configuring 1 thing. .