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    how to avoid being "suck-up" by other "internet code stealer"???

    There is "rsync" command used to the "such up" work especially the mirroring automated by cron?


    how to avoid ourselves being "suck-up" by other "internet code stealer"???

    TIA.

    [ 02 April 2002: Message edited by: worldtouch ]
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    Originally posted by worldtouch:
    <STRONG>There is rsync to the "such up" work especially the mirroring automated by cron?


    how to avoid ourselves being "suck-up" by other "internet code stealer"???

    TIA.</STRONG>
    What? Anything you publish on the web is pretty much easy to steal (unless you use a server-side app which just produces output, that can't be stolen) ...
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    I have to admit that I have absolutely no idea what you are asking.

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    use a server-side app , what is it?

    I used php , mysql and soem javascript.
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    what happen?
    somebody set up us the bomb!

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    OMG bdl I thought that joke was played out but I can't stop laughing now. Absolutely perfect!

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    This is my favorite thread of all time.

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    worldtouch, um ... how about you clarify what you want?
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    arrrgh them darn internet code stealers. Maybe this helps. It's just in from telnet bofh.jive.org 666:
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    Everytime I read this damn thread, I have to make sure I'm sitting down or else I get mighty dizzy.

    worldtouch... Is a there pageman rof syncr. Bemay it swork to phel u.
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    do not understand you.
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    Originally posted by worldtouch:
    <STRONG>do not understand you.</STRONG>
    I know the feeling man.

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    QUOTE]Originally posted by worldtouch:
    <STRONG>do not understand you.</STRONG>[/QUOTE]

    Welcome to the club.

    Could you please try to run that by us again?

    Originally posted by kuber:
    <STRONG>I know the feeling man.</STRONG>
    Well I don't!! And I'm not the only one.
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    I too would like to know the answer to this question.

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