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Subject: "when you're writing code you've written in the past multiX and it won't...." Previous topic | Next topic
PG
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Mon Apr-09-18 05:17 PM

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"when you're writing code you've written in the past multiX and it won't...."
Mon Apr-09-18 05:17 PM by PG

  

          

... work ... man simple simple stuff I swear I've coded maybe close to a few dozen times if not 100... 'cept it doesn't work now.. yeah I know it's something stupid or environmental... but at the moment I can't see it... all I get is this server actively refused connection exception. ..

it feels like I've forgotten how to ride a bike or something.. or when you used to be able to do 100 pushups but you haven't in a while and you try and barely make it through 10...

I'm being too hard no myself but man forget this bs I'm better than this.

  

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Subject Author Message Date ID
it's amazing how performance can change with the *slightest* of changes
Apr 09th 2018
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truth
Apr 11th 2018
2
worth noting it wasn't me
Apr 13th 2018
3
At work we use IE 11, soon "upgrading" to EDGE
Apr 17th 2018
4

obsidianchrysalis
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Mon Apr-09-18 08:41 PM

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1. "it's amazing how performance can change with the *slightest* of changes"
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I do a lot of front end web development and it's always frustrated / shocked me how much different environments (browsers or versions of languages, jQuery for example) interpret the same code.

But referencing your post, it seems like the code's structure was changed(?).

Even if it seems that there isn't a change in the scope of variables or the flow of the app / software, it'll find a way to stop working.

I can't wait for the computers to become sentient and fix themselves. I'll be out of a job but then again my blood pressure will probably return to normal. ha!

The most comfortable and wisest people are those who watch their health when they are healthy; guard their country when it is untroubled; and cultivate their fields well when weeds are nonexistent or scarce. - Reverend Dosung Yoo

  

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PG
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2. "truth"
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it really seems like an object model issue between xp and win 7... it's weird though because what I'm seeing is not gelling with what I see on all the forums...

at least I feel like I'm not entirely crazy.

  

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PG
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3. "worth noting it wasn't me"
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IP not permitted to use the server.. got that dealt with and things that should work work.

  

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Tw3nty
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Tue Apr-17-18 04:43 PM

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4. "At work we use IE 11, soon "upgrading" to EDGE"
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pray for me.

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