It got lost

/* 
 * All of the samples I’ve seen are 8 bits deep, so we assume
 * that. Yeah, yeah, that’s nasty and evil, and I’m terribly
 * ashamed of it, but I’m not going to bother with bit
 * fiddling until I see an image that needs it. I once had
 * a 16-bit Galileo image of Venus, but it got lost (sigh).
 */

We should define something

/* #### This is such a load of shit!!!! 
  There is no way we should define something
  so stupid as a subr, just sort the
  f*cking list more intelligently. */

I hate documentation work

// I hate documentation work and I won’t document this code
// before any one besides me actually uses it. So if you want
// to use it simply write a mail on the ClanLib User list and
// I will do what I can :-)

Learn to code

/*
 * pff, hey kiddiez! this program sends mad packets to some
 * foo from every broadcast address on earth, mad leet yo...
 * (you really wanna know what it does? LEARN TO CODE!   
 * and stop being a gayass f*ckin script kiddie)
 */

3d app coders

/* remark:
 * well, this is some major obj spec f*ckup once again. some
 * apps store this in 0..1 range, others use 0..100 range,
 * even others use 0..2048 range, and again others use the
 * range 0..128, some even use 0..1000, 0..200, 400..700,
 * honestly, what's up with the 3d app coders? happens when
 * you smoke too much weed i guess. -sea
 */

With sugar on top

// Aaaaaargh... could we please, PLEASE, pretty please with
// sugar on top, have the stub functions not make a special
// case out of single pointers... it makes such a huge mess
// of everything. Please?

Everybody join in

// Make sure stdin is in binary mode.
// (I hate Microsoft... I hate Microsoft... 
// Everybody join in!)

I used some code

/*
  Last night I used some code that wasn’t there,
  This morning It wasn’t there either.
  Oh, how I wish it would stay...
*/

Don’t watch movies during work

/*
 * The below code may answer the question:  "Should I try
 * to write programs while watching a James Bond movie?"
 */

Include³

/*
I hate to include an include inside an include (ha!) however,
I don’t see an easy way to get this to build right
*/
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