|bun on Aug 4, 2003 at 12:29:54 AM (# 549)|
Check out this site to see a novel approach to hiding code... www.doubleyou.com
chipple on Aug 4, 2003 at 12:33:27 AM (# 550)
frumbert on Aug 4, 2003 at 12:44:58 AM (# 551)
I don't have anything useful to add here, except that that recent link by terry young is for windows scripting and is for scripting host, not neccesarily just the internet in general (but then microsoft never seem to acknowledge the existence of other technologies).
kgayda on Aug 4, 2003 at 9:05:47 AM (# 552)
They don't always refuse to acknowledge other technologies, sometimes they just summarily dismiss them as irrelevant.
Monte on Aug 4, 2003 at 11:07:37 AM (# 553)
Welcome to Planet Microsoft. ;-)
I will put this out strictly as an opinion, and as a thought. I could be completely off base, but here's my idea.
There are numerous useful technologies that exist today. Doesn't it stand to reason, though, that if we did not have Microsoft, that we would not have some of the useful technologies we have today, and we would not be where we are technologically without Microsoft?
Some useful non-MS technologies/applications...
Perl, Java, Linux, Unix, Apache...and so on
cdrom600 on Aug 5, 2003 at 6:19:06 AM (# 554)
MySQL, etc. too!
We're getting close to Page 100!
Terry Young on Aug 5, 2003 at 6:38:11 AM (# 555)
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"that recent link by terry young"
I haven't done any thorough reading other than that section I've posted. I did have trouble locating the range of compatibility though. It's not urgent, but I think I could find it somewhere in that maze. A shout-out from someone who knows would be a time-saver, of course, but I'll look it up anyway. If I ever find it I'll post it here just for reference in case someone else wonders.
"but then microsoft never seem to acknowledge the existence of other technologies"
As far as the Script Encoder goes, because it's not encryption, rather, it's just encoding, so decoding it could be fairly easy for a determined hacker.