Sep 18, 2006 at 8:59 PM
Indeed. As opposed to "grandmother" being a metaphore for "person with little technical knowledge" (an angle you've often used to attempt to discourage forcing the use of assembly) and your post being your protesting of the assembly-oriented turn theeditor is taking.Not that it didn't make any sense on its own as a joke - seriously, I'm in stitches man. Now that I know it was just a joke and all.caveoholic! said:are you kidding do you really think I would be serious about somones grandmother wanting to make a cave story hack you really don't need facial expressions to figure that out
Or maybe it sounded far too aggressive and accusing to be a joke by any stretch of the imagination.
Either way, I don't really care man. If it was a joke, you need to refine your sense of humor a bit. If it isn't, well, this is the internet - nobody cares. Just don't use the assembly-related aspects of the editor and enjoy the stuff that's just editing numbers and such. It's not like there are any in-depth editors for CS, so it's a gain for everyone even if nobody uses the assembly-related stuff. Just something to keep in mind.