/* Yeah, yeah. Cheap hack, but it’s guarenteed to work! :) * The following just hacks the returned track name into * the variable */
/* * Map other pairs to security names * here. For now just let non-IPv4 transport always succeed. * * WHAAAATTTT. No, we don’t let non-IPv4 transports * succeed! You must fix this to make it usable, sorry. * From a security standpoint this is insane. — Wes */
/* newlocation must now be the absolute path on newhost. If not we’ve been redirected to somewhere totally stupid (oh yeah, no offsite linking, go to our f*cking front page). Say goodbye to the webserver in this case. In fact, we don’t even say goodbye, but just drop the connection. */
// The documented way of returning a multi selection when // the result buffer is to small doesn't work. Well... // At least, I can't get it working... // Pick up the information directly from the selection- // dialog and return it in the same format as it is // documented. I HATE WINDOWS! BILL GATES GO TO HM-HM!!!!
/* HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACK!, do not translate the next * line!, Since this is the default string we might as well * use the gettext translation as we will likely have better * translations there. Yes ugly as f*ck, but oh well, * unfortunately two standard defaults are in circulation */
[...] * Now let’s examine the code below. The cornerstone of C * is "programmer is always right" and that’s what we love * it for :-) For this very reason C compilers have to be * paranoid when it comes to data aliasing and assume the * worst. [...]