In article <scott.753808591 at darwin>, scott at darwin.life.uiuc.edu (Scott
> Considering what an ABI machine costs, I find it hard to
> believe that anyone would quibble over an extra $300 for
> a resonably functional, BUG-FREE program.
Considering what an ABI machine costs, I find it hard to
believe that anyone would have to pay more for software
_required_ to run the instrument in the first place.
Maybe ABI should concentrate on providing relatively bug-free
software to collect traces and leave the analysis to people who
can do that well. I EXPECT reasonable software to be provided
when I spend that kind of money.
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