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[19:07:08] <Marzo> Hm. While looking up how barges work to answer agentorangeguy at the Phorum, I came across this... rather interesting set of usecode functions: http://pastebin.com/0PGj0dZZ
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[22:03:56] <Dominus1> hey marzo, is that from bg or si? lloks extremely silly :)
[22:04:21] <Marzo> From BG
[22:07:35] <wjp> hm, I remember that
[22:07:41] <wjp> did you get it when you failed the CP or something?
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[22:51:33] <Marzo> Lets see... all those functions are called from function 0x86F, which combines them into sentences; function 0x86F is called by function 0x63D which is indeed called for failed copyright
[22:51:38] <Marzo> You nailed it
[22:52:27] <Dominus1> This is when you fail Batlins copyright test? or when you repeatedly fail batlain or finnigans test?
[23:13:06] <Marzo> For when you fail either
[23:13:12] <Marzo> (repeatedly)
[23:15:14] <Dominus1> I see, I think I never failed too often :)
[23:17:09] <Dominus1> got into an argument the other day on aiera about the copyprotection. Someone was reading wayyyyy to much into it (1984 was mentioned and so on...). Same silly person that insisted that when projects do snapshots for Windows and/or OS X they*have to* make snapshots for linux too :)
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