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From:Warren Young Date:July 18 2005 3:56pm
Subject:Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followed
by 'long'is illegal ???
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Earl Miles wrote:
>  could it be changed
> so that Reply goes to the list, rather than the author? 

This is an ancient battle, and those on either side are pretty well 
entrenched.  Here's the opposing position:

	http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html

Besides, I don't think that most of the personal email traffic I get is 
due to this.  People think, "Oh, Warren maintains this thing, so he must 
know the most about it, so I'll send it to him."  The sentiment may be 
true, or may not, but that's beside the point.  The purpose of the 
mailing list is to raise all boats, not free tech support.
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Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followed by 'long'is illegal ???np18 Jul
  • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Warren Young18 Jul
    • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Earl Miles18 Jul
      • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Warren Young18 Jul
        • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Warren Young18 Jul
        • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Earl Miles18 Jul
          • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Warren Young18 Jul
            • Re: Re : Re: VS 2003 / Mysql++ 1.7(or 2.0 b) =>__int64 followedby 'long'is illegal ???Earl Miles18 Jul
              • Re: reply-to discussionChris Frey21 Jul
                • Re: reply-to discussionEarl Miles21 Jul