watching for new files: libevent vs. libev

Marc Lehmann schmorp at
Fri Apr 5 19:47:07 CEST 2013

On Fri, Apr 05, 2013 at 01:06:19PM -0400, "Mikhail T." <mi+thun at> wrote:
> On 05.04.2013 12:59, Marc Lehmann wrote:
> >Saying libev "does not work on BSD" just means that you

> You are way too angry to be taken seriously, Marc. I never said, what
> you put into quotes. Never ever.

Now you are trolling, because here is a direct quote, not taken out of

   Message-ID: <515E19F4.7050804 at>

   "libev does not even work on BSD"

So yes, Mikhail, you didn't say that, you wrote that. Now saying you
didn't is dishonest - or are you claiming that mail came from an imposter,
or that my quote was out of context? And do you even understand the
difference between a literal quote and paraphrasing?

I think you do understand.

I am still waiting for any explanation of your claims, but it looks as if
you can't, and instead resort to classical trolling behaviour of "I never
said that" and using ad hominems to hide the lack of arguments on your

You know very well that your comment was only designed to waste more of my
and other people's time by looking up the mail where you said that.

> As for compiler warnings, I don't need to convince you of anything.

If you want me to change something for you, you do. And you certainly said
you wanted me to change it.

So yes, you need to convince me.

You failed.

> /I/ would think thrice about using a library, whose header file
> triggers warnings from the OS' base compiler,//but if you don't care,
> who am I to tell you otherwise more than I already did?

I do care, but since the only place where this warning can be fixed is in the
compiler, caring is not enough.

If you disagree with that, you had ample time to explain what the problem
is, or how you think it could be fixed.

However, I am just repeating myself, and you arejust trying to burn time.

Since by now, it is obviously clear that you are only interested in
wasting time and not in a honest discussion, the discussion with you ends
here until you improve considerably.

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