Re: Design choice in LTC

Tom St Denis wrote:

If you think the API is that bad, go fix it yourself.

How could you possibly interpret a (very) minor objection to one function's
prototype as saying "I think the API is that bad" ?!

In fact, I very much appreciate the API, especially the (almost) consistent
error reporting (a la POSIX).


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