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Old 06-28-2011, 01:04 PM   #4
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I plan on working out the wrinkles in 0.4.0 before leaving, yes. Visual Studio is open as we speak.


Colorful? In what way?
Some years ago, a book I think entitled "The Ghost in the Machine", was written about the design and construction of a new computer. The description of the process was fascinating. It covered the CPU in some detail.

Perhaps your thesis could be published, in ePub of course, to show the design and construxtion process of Sigil. It would be very interesting to read.

You just have to convince your new employer to pick up Sigil and leave you as project manager. The best of all worlds.
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