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QB64's Setup Batch File Modified
05-03-2017, 02:47 AM
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RE: QB64's Setup Batch File Modified
Dave,

I saw your post over at QB64.net from yesterday (May 2, 2017) where you asked:

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Hi Folks,

I'm wondering if there is already extant, or if someone would be willing to, write up a few lines regarding the source code for QB64.

For example, I have it downloaded on my system now and am looking at two primary folders:

internal
source

Does the source folder contain all the code needed to compile QB64 in QB64? Is that what this is?

Is the internal folder all of the C++ source? Is the source folder in any way dependent on the content within the internal folder?

What is up with all the txt files in internal-->source?

What about in internal-->temp? Most of these appear to be empty files, can these be removed or will that cause issues?

Thanks. [Image: smiley.gif]

Dave

So far there hasn't been hardly any posts about it, except for a few small ones. If it continues like that on that post, it proves my point that no-one cares enough about the QB64 project. Steve McNeil should know it inside and out by now, so I am very surprised by his short post.

I could tell you everything you need to know about the internals of QB64 if you really want to know. Then maybe you too can see how horrible the language was written and put together.

He is an interesting side note, I was the one who taught the QB64.net community how to add their own commands to the language back in 2014, and I had wrote an entire post on it (very long one). Sure, Steve McNeil figured out some stuff that I have looked at yet after the fact, but I honestly do not believe QB64 would be were it is at today of it wasn't for me making that discovery and start several wars on QB64.net.

Am I being full of myself? No. Not really. I am stating the facts, and I am doing so out of anger due to how those people treated me after that moment.

On top of that, it appeared to me that Galleon was getting ready to shut QB64 down until I started hollering and campaigning for ownership of the project. He found a new inspiration for the language, and everything he told the community that he wanted to do with, was exactly what I had said I wanted to do with it.

He did that to me before when I started The QB64 War of 2014 (As I coined it). When people were begging Galleon for rules on what we can and can't do with the language now that I showed them how to add things to it, people asked me what I would do if the project was my baby. I gave them my rules. Then, a month later, Galleon posted his rules, and they were an exact copy to what I posted. It made a lot of people mad, but I loved it at the time. Now I understand his reasoning for doing that. He doesn't care enough about the project anymore than the others at The QB64 Team. The QB64 Team in my opinion is using the QB64 project to make themselves look better and like they should be looked up to like Gods of QB64. Well, they can have it. They can have it all. Never again will any of them still my hard work and claim it as their own.

Enough of this...

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