|[3 earlier articles]|
|Re: Encripted source as an ANDF harvard!cs.utah.edu!esunix!bpendlet (1989-05-24)|
|Re: Encripted source as an ANDF firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-05-24)|
|Re: Encripted source as an ANDF email@example.com (1989-05-24)|
|Re: Encripted source as an ANDF firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-05-27)|
|Re: encripted source as an ANDF email@example.com (1989-05-27)|
|Re: Encripted source as an ANDF firstname.lastname@example.org (1989-05-30)|
|Re: encripted source as an ANDF email@example.com (1989-05-31)|
|Date:||Wed, 31 May 89 05:11:04 EDT|
>> It seems to me that this kills any ANDF scheme which is not essentially
>> based on obfuscated (but non-preprocessed) source.
>In case you missed my point, I disagree very strongly. You should be
>able to do a (partial) preprocessing step on the "development" system...
I should have been clearer. Note the word "essentially", though. I admit
I didn't think of partial preprocessing, which could be useful.
Do remember, though, that ANSI C in particular encourages rather more use
of macros with potentially implementation-specific bodies than older C
practice. Not to say that partial preprocessing won't work, but a rather
larger number of identifiers are going to have to be marked "hands off".
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