Topic: make love

Try this on FreeBSD 7. smile

Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

Re: make love

*g*

F!XMBR

Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Pericles

Re: make love

make "it happen"

Sex --> power --> money --> more power --> more money --> (even more sex, perverts)

Re: make love

...& you left BSDForums why?

wink

Re: make love

ocicat wrote:

...& you left BSDForums why?

wink

The same reason as everybody else did. The place is flooded with porn spam.

Sex --> power --> money --> more power --> more money --> (even more sex, perverts)

Re: make love

Porn spam? Hmm, hadn't noticed...

Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

Re: make love

>The same reason as everybody else did.

C'mon we are at this place, because this forum is the best of the best big_smile

F!XMBR

Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Pericles

Re: make love

Business_Woman wrote:
ocicat wrote:

...& you left BSDForums why?

wink

The same reason as everybody else did. The place is flooded with porn spam.

...& this thread differs how?

wink

Re: make love

It's less pornographic.  As a friend said, if bsdforums isn't going to get better, at least make categories for the porn.

<@andre> i would be so much more efficient if i wasn't so stupid

Re: make love

haha

so what does "make love" do?

or are you gonna seriously make me load up fbsd7 just to have it do nothing?

Re: make love

Not war.

;-)

F!XMBR

Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Pericles

Re: make love

"don't know how to make love" is the error message that comes out.

Re: make love

Maybe you have to use FreeBSD 7 stable.

F!XMBR

Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Pericles

Re: make love

It works on release and RC even. Are you doing this on a 7.0 box phoenix?

Re: make love

There is a flag, OLD_JOKE or something, on FreeBSD 6 and earlier top enable this ... it's in usr.bin/make/jobs.c

What changed in FreeBSD 7 is that this joke in now enabled by default ... It also seems that some people actually find this joke offensive or something, because there is a flag to disable it on FreeBSD 7 O.o

Last edited by Carpetsmoker (2008-04-01 19:14:30)

Trust me, I know what I'm doing.

Re: make love

>It also seems that some people actually find this joke offensive or something

Who? Military? big_smile

F!XMBR

Freedom is the sure possession of those alone who have the courage to defend it. --Pericles

Re: make love

I thought it always returned this message. What's new ?!

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

Re: make love

Make has output this error message since the earliest versions of make.  The general error message is "Don't know how to make <whatever target you typed>".

Re: make love

So why create a thread about it ?!

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

Re: make love

Not everyone knows about ythe various, funny error messages you can create using unix tools?  [shrug]

Re: make love

erm. why does Carpetsmoker say try this on FreeBSD 7.

I think I miss something... was the behaviour of "make love" different on FreeBSD 6 ?

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

22

Re: make love

erm. why does Carpetsmoker say try this on FreeBSD 7.

and to quote phoenix

The general error message is "Don't know how to make <whatever target you typed>".

was the default previous to 7.0.
I think the new output is cool. smile

all the best,
v

Last edited by mtx (2008-04-04 09:49:38)

Re: make love

And what's the new output ?!

Not War ?

<wintellect> NetBSD users are smart enough to accept that there's no 3D support tongue

Re: make love

The joke has always been in the code, however it was precompiled out by setting the OLD_JOKE variable to 0. For FreeBSD 7, OLD_JOKE was set to 1. In other words:

FreeBSD 7.0 gives:

$ make love
Not war.

Whereas FreeBSD versions earlier than 7.0 give something like

$ make love
make: don't know how to make love. Stop

Re: make love

I'll be darned, it does.  (Say not war, that is.)

<@andre> i would be so much more efficient if i wasn't so stupid