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> From: Alan Connor <alanconnorearthlink.net>
> Subject: Re: Spammers LUV SpamAssassin
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> On Thu, 04 Sep 2003 19:31:08 +0300, Timo Voipio <oh_hamihotmail.com> wrote:
>> Alan Connor wrote:
>>> By-the-way, Alice, elrav1 is just a collection of well-commented shell scripts,
>>> not a bloated binary monstrosity like SA.
>> By-the-way, Alan (in case that's your real name), spamassassin is just a
>> collection of perl scripts and C code.
>>> If you are at all *nix/sh literate, you can easily read it and see for yourself
>>> what is happenning.
>> If you are perl- and/or C-literate, you can easily read it and see for
>> yourself what's happening.
> Let's see. How many people are there who can read shell scripts compared
> to those who can read C and Perl?
> Also, the C comes compiled, right? For most people it certainly does.
> So they have to make a special effort to get the uncompiled code.
> And SA is HUGE compared to my program. And to use perl you have to have the
> massive perl program installed, don't you. Making SA larger by miles.
> Everyone has a shell already, don't they?
> SA is also far more complex than my program. Much more difficult to use.
> Then there's the huge memory footprint of SA/perl, and mine has NONE.
> But the real bottom line is, of course:
> MY PROGRAM *WORKS* AND SA DOESN'T.
> I look forward to your next silly post.
> Alan C