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"Recovering" Proxomitron's Source Code...
May. 12, 2018, 07:32 PM
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RE: "Recovering" Proxomitron's Source Code...
The time since the last post was spent fixing as many of the bugs I introduced as I could find... and this post was made through the resulting Proxomitron Smile!

Since the code is pretty much the same, I don't think it makes all that much sense to change its name that much. Maybe Proxomitron 4.5R+ (for reverse-engineered/recompiled/reborn/re-xxx, and the '+' because it incorporates my SSL patches, and a few other things)? I believe it was originally based on 4.5J.

I'll continue using it for a week or two and if no more bugs come up, release it here in a new thread so y'all can test!
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May. 12, 2018, 08:26 PM
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BRAVO! Outstanding!!!

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May. 14, 2018, 08:33 AM
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Yes ... not changing the name too much seems to make more sense. The 'R' can keep it short and close to Scott Lemon's original idea and work.

I'm just a 'foot soldier' marching along ... Headquarters says 'march', so we march. I'll probably be marching through your area someday.
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