On April 12, 2013 08:42:14 AM Atte wrote:
Er, I hope I didn't insinuate that.
> Here's a guy that decides to make a linux compatible version 2 of a very
Having limited time, just one guy with so many plugins, I tend to take a sort
of pragmatic approach where I try to just 'make them work' and move on.
You know, sort of try and "welcome all plugins one and all".
But Paul made an excellent point recently that such 'kludgery', just to
be able to say "I can load all plugins", is bad and encourages mistakes
and bad practices, either mine or the plugin dev's, to be propagated.
But it's hard to resist, sheer curiosity to make some plugins work, eh :)
Not to mention, what is 'proper', when instructions themselves may be vague?
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