Re: what about an special QA package priority?
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On 05/20/08 23:11, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> In article <483389AD.email@example.com> you wrote:
>> even though it's "just" a command line utility. Who knows what
>> weird, unexpected side effects there might be from running such an
>> app within a tight bash loop.
> none*. And not cleaning up yourself also improves performance for short
> running apps.
> * unless we talk persistent resources like files or ipc.
That's the point. And what if there's a kernel (or would that be a
Since you can't know the future of your software (more than once,
I've seen a one-off script or program morph-expand into an important
and much larger app) or the OS it will run on in the future, it's
always good to clean up after yourself.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
ESPN makes baseball players better.
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