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edcronos

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O2 and Forum considerations
« on: June 09, 2018, 08:34:55 AM »
as I was not expelled from the forum I believe that the true halves were considered.

O2 is in Alpha phase, although it is usable, so I suppose the forum is also in the same phase, it has a lot of code posted that does not work because it contains instructions from an old version.

as a novice compiler, has to accept the novices and their disabilities and difficulties and even their "visual-like" particularities to make themselves known, and to attract the attention of competent programmers.
"and why not learn to program with O2?"

I propose the creation of a sub forum with access only of people who are knowledgeable and willing to add content only to O2.
 this would act as a provisional manual with centralized content.
 and if necessary be edited to correct errors and changes in O2

one of the first points to deal with is the structure of the code to be written
because the syntax is quite flexible, the structure is not

John

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2018, 11:41:30 AM »
What O2 needs is people using it rather than sharing a bad case of diarrhea of the mouth.

edcronos

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2018, 11:54:19 AM »
great way to attract users and supporters with this type of behavior
I'm sorry, but I'm not falling on the same level.

John

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2018, 01:41:30 PM »
FYI: This is an open source BASIC compiler project not a how to roll your own editor project. Stay on topic or go somewhere eles.

Remember, the people making O2 happen aren't getting paid and contributing to the project in their free time. Open source forums are more focused than hobby sites.
« Last Edit: June 09, 2018, 02:56:01 PM by John »

edcronos

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2018, 03:51:36 PM »
favor the person in charge, who moderates the forum, delete this topic and what it is about the editor,
to avoid getting a bad impression in the forum,
after this can delete my registration to avoid further friction

John

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2018, 04:59:39 PM »
It's easier on the forum administrators if you just stop posting. There are plenty of other hobby forums that would welcome your input.

edcronos

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2018, 05:51:46 PM »
John, you could have ignored me too.
I registered in the forum to learn about O2

my attempt to set up an editor that is used by others for so many other languages like C, java, php and much more was just to make code making and editing O2 easier. so it is for O2

or do you think I would have this job of trying to understand a program I've never used or needed, even trying to edit an XML file I've never seen, trying to define a default O2 usage,
if I were not going to use O2?

I was offended, and I do not consider that I have spoken a lie, I asked to delete the two posts so as not to keep records of friction in the forum for banal matters.
and I apologize to Charles for this situation

Mike Lobanovsky

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Re: O2 and Forum considerations
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2018, 11:45:29 PM »
@John:

This topic is on the Open Forum board, it is about a RAD/IDE/editor software product, and it is certainly related to O2 programming. I don't understand why you should be so hard on another forum member when he's talking shop in a place that's been dedicated exactly for this purpose. Please stop scaring people off O2. You seem to be seeing things that aren't there.

@Eduardo:

Your editor topic is going to stay locked, even if only as an example of what should not be done on a technical board of this forum: lack of exact technical information, verbosity, and unsubstantiated attacks on the forum's other members and thus, indirectly, on the O2 community.

You're talking about tolerance but in fact, you deny other people's right to have a similar attitude towards your own persona when you're starting to talk nonsense -- I mean ideologically, not Google translation-wise.

Do not provoke friction and then nobody will get hurt or banned, and there will be no need to apologize or unsubscribe.
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