Re: as apps popularity evaluation

Thadeu Penna (tjpp@bu.edu)
Tue, 19 Jan 1999 19:27:45 -0500



I forgot one important point: the low popularity of asexec is IMHO because
of the unclear description of the apps. I know what asexec is for.
I was already subscribed this list when Ethan announced it, but
what the heck is a "state machine"? And the so called "transition states"
?  The great appeal "It can be anything you want" is lost in this
description. Say, "it can update your xmodmap", "you can create an
animation here", "It can turn your X-10 on/off",  is it much more
appealling, eh? 

P.S. Despite of this strong demonstration of love for asexec, it refuses
to stay in my Wharf, dying with a XCopy Area error :(    


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