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rob.rice



Joined: 20 Dec 2003
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rob.rice
there has ben a lot of good code , examples , links to other assembly web sites
posted
and ALL of it gets lost in the shuffle
so can we have some sticky threads to keep stuff like this from getting lost
there is allot of really usefull stuff that doesn't see the light of day any more because it was posted long ago and is still usefull
Post 06 Apr 2005, 19:28
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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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rob, the "search" feature should help you.

I guess the main problem is the auto-pruning of old threads - some "keep this thread" thing like win32asmboard had when it was running phpBB would be a good idea.
Post 06 Apr 2005, 19:46
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Tomasz Grysztar



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There is no auto-pruning except for the Test Area. There was for the Heap initially, but I've decided to disable it later.
Post 07 Apr 2005, 13:01
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f0dder



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Okay - sorry for any misunderstandings, then Smile
Post 07 Apr 2005, 14:18
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MCD



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Still I think we should have a solved problems section here.
Post 08 Apr 2005, 06:30
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Matrix



Joined: 04 Sep 2004
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helo,
it whould be something like adding some bytes to the thread header, meaning solved, or unresolved, even overresolved :,
and extending the threads draw routine to be able to sort by date created, date of last post, views ( popularity ) , status:resolved, unresolved, type: moved, locked, sticky, announcement
this whould need a fair amount of server side programming,
i'm not saying Privalov should do everything
regards
Post 12 Apr 2005, 19:16
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rob.rice



Joined: 20 Dec 2003
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rob.rice
ok search for what I don't know what all in the way of source code has ben posted
thats the thing I'm asking for sticky threads for the source code and tutorales get lost in the
in the mix of all the other stuff that gets posted it all may still be here but what good is it when it
can't be found

fodder
as you know from win32asm I working on translating fpulib to fasm when I get it done it will be
homeless and if I post it here where it would be of most instrest it will be lost in one week

I'll try a search for "*.zip"and "*.bz2"and "*.tgz" and *.tbz"
Post 13 Apr 2005, 01:59
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rob.rice



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rob.rice
no good every thing BUT uploaded files are showing up
Post 13 Apr 2005, 02:17
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THEWizardGenius



Joined: 14 Jan 2005
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Why not create a portion of the site for exceptional bits of code? Moderators who see a post with some great code could copy it there and if/when it ever gets deleted or lost it's still in the exceptional code place. Additionally, users could request that a post be copied there.
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