platform neutrality (was: The REALLY bad thing...)

dirckb at dirckb at
Thu May 18 07:35:26 CEST 2000

In article <jawvkuj7pc.fsf at>,
  Glyph Lefkowitz <glyph at> wrote:
> ...
> Despite my blatant platform preference, I am VERY glad that python
> deals with Win32.  It allows me to reach a wider audience without
> worrying about the specifics of the underlying platform, and I am
> immensely greatful for that!  (Not only that, but it allows me to
> detect and cope with those places that it can't gloss over, manually!)

In the midst of the inevitable Windows-bashing, I'm glad
people still realize that Win32 is a viable platform.

However, it is important to remember this:
All operating systems suck -
(Yes, even Linux sucks, admit it)
- except AIX, which sucks raw eggs through a very thin straw




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