|DavidSilverlight on Mar 17, 2003 at 10:25:06 PM (# 38)|
First of all, I can't believe that nobody knows the way to hide source code from the user. I mean, come on, it is so easy..... (sorry, just thought that I would share my thoughts on a little known coding trick that I have picked up rather recently). I am shocked that none of you has figured it out yet.
In response to SparkRulz post #45...
I support the open source community and do not have strong feelings towards hiding all code. If it wasn't for the open source community, I wouldn't have php, mysql and I probably would not be coding right now. I am just one of those people who wants to learn everything.
- Should you really be thanking anybody for giving you php and mysql? :)
chipple on Mar 17, 2003 at 10:29:30 PM (# 39)
> First of all, I can't believe that nobody knows the way to hide source code from the user. I mean, come on, it is so easy.....
You're gonna start this thread all over again?
Holophrastic on Mar 17, 2003 at 11:04:19 PM (# 40)
no he's not, he's complete bullshit. I'm continuing the philosophical notation:
It any pure game of cat and mouse, the cat will always win.
KustomKraft on Mar 18, 2003 at 12:02:36 AM (# 41)
For all of the adventures that have been following this thread, posting examples (or contests), and trying to get at the code. I just thought that I would bring up this utility that I use. I think the link has been posted here before, but I believe that it needs to be brought back up because it is just such a useful tool when trying to find out what exactly make a page do what it does. It uses the IE explorer bar to display a utility that will dig inside a page and extract all the html source and color code it, display and organize all of the linked files such as images, js, css and such. It just makes things a little easier to find. It wont give you all of the answers when digging for code but its a nice place to start.
HTML Source Explorer Bar from viksoe.dk
.... and now only a few more till 100.
chipple on Mar 18, 2003 at 12:49:06 AM (# 42)
KustomKraft, that's such a cool tool! I always wished I could see external stylesheets and scripts without looking up the URL in the source. Almost a dream come true. :)
You're now excused for misleading me (I can't speak for the rest of us). :)
Terry, you keep your 70, I'll get 100! (if this stupid thread gets there)
motoroutes on Mar 18, 2003 at 2:46:38 AM (# 43)
So Shakespeare walks into this pub, and the barman shouts "Get out, you're bard!".
Please don't hide code. Plagiarism helps most of us do our job. 8-)
Terry Young on Mar 18, 2003 at 2:54:33 AM (# 44)
77 is just fine for me.
chipple, you keep your 100, I'll get 200 ^_^