[MPlayer-users] SSL Support (HTTPS) in mplayer
paipaiv at inbox.com
Wed Dec 17 07:07:25 CET 2014
Yes, you've been offtopic from the beginning
of your egotistical bout of whining
in defense of your irretrievably broken software.
Feel free to go back to breaking your sad little mplayer clone
and trash-talking your unfortunate users somewhere else.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: nfxjfg at googlemail.com
> Sent: Wed, 17 Dec 2014 07:00:12 +0100
> To: mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu
> Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] SSL Support (HTTPS) in mplayer
> On Tue, 16 Dec 2014 21:39:34 -0800
> paipai von <paipaiv at inbox.com> wrote:
>> And yet, mplayer installs without any problems.
>> Your configure script was broken. Thankfully, someone
>> actually bothered to fix it after the others tried
>> to argue with me instead of bothering to look
>> at your poorly maintained code.
> It was myself who fixed it (even though it makes configure run slightly
> slower for users with modern software). Be a bit more careful with your
> wild accusations.
>> After I upgraded my compiler (which wasn't the problem
>> in the first place), all I heard were more excuses rather
>> than attempts to make the software work. Egotistical
>> software writers who lack the basic curiosity to even
>> look at their code before (wrongly) blaming the user?
>> Not software I would want on my system, however old or new
>> it may be.
>> My advice to everyone from here on will definitely be to
>> stick with mplayer and/or ditch mpv as soon as possible.
>> And if mpv doesn't compile on the first try, don't waste
>> your time. All you'll get is more egotistical arguing
>> from people who couldn't be bothered to write quality software.
>> Stay away from mpv, or take your chances. Beware.
> Well, at least you're plain insulting now (in other places too). I feel
> sorry for the mplayer project to have to deal with such a user, but at
> least I won't.
> One thing about all this garbage nonsense you wrote though: it's not a
> quality sign of software to support ancient software environments. You
> sound like a Windows XP user who plans to stick with it forever, and
> blames anyone who drops XP support.
> Anyway, certainly offtopic on this list.
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