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Dvd::rip[edit]

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Deleted[edit]

In addition to copyright issues, the content at Dvd::rip did not appear to meet notability guidelines. I deleted your backup file at User:Txt.file/dvd::rip as well as Wikipedia can't host copyvio content.

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User:Txt.file/dvd::rip restored. I acted too hastily and should have just blanked out the copyvio content. Please don't copy/paste text from other sites in the future. — Scientizzle 16:12, 10 February 2011 (UTC)

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12 February 2014[edit]

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oh … then I probably forgot to enter one. Normally I enter a edit summary and I also do not like it if other people leave it blank. --Txt.file (talk) 15:44, 12 February 2014 (UTC)

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Comparison of command shells[edit]

Hi, it seems that you are interested in this article...

Would you support the idea of having several entries for the Bourne Shell to make it easier to understand it's nearly 40 years of history?

  • Bourne Shell from 1977
  • Bourne Shell from Svr2
  • Bourne Shell from Svr4
  • Current Bourne Shell based on OpenSolaris sources

This could allow to mention that old version have been proprietary and did not even support functions while the recent version is highly portable and includes a command line history editor. Schily (talk) 14:05, 21 April 2015 (UTC)

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