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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by pudge (1) on 2002.08.26 22:51 (#12222) Homepage Journal
    I do feel bad for you, but the Mac is not the problem as much as your process is. Don't use a newly upgraded machine for such a thing, or at least find a way to doublecheck the work before assuming it worked properly.

    Not that most of us wouldn't have made the same mistake, but I do believe it was a mistake on your part moreso than a bug in Mac OS X. That is, it is a bug in the OS, of course, but the bug didn't put you in the situation you're in is more a problem of the process than the OS. Heck, this could have happened on Linux or Windows after upgrading to a new version of burner software or hardware, too.
    • Yep. Always check your work. Always doublecheck anything important. Always triplecheck anything critical.

      I always remind other people to do that. Eventually, I may even remember to do it myself. :-)