MarkDown War(karound)s: MD5 Strikes Back



  • Continuing the discussion from More stupid Git errors THIS TIME IN FIRST-PERSON!:

    @Gaska said:

    No, because Discourse doesn't work. Like, there are actual bugs that makes things impossible. There's no excuse for ***\**** producing 3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6.

    Neither is there excuse for ***3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6*** producing 3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6.


  • Discourse touched me in a no-no place

    =-o


  • SockDev

    wait...... WTF?

    i thought we had learned this lesson by now and.....

    no, nevermind there is no sanity.



  • 3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6

    Just for fun...



  • 2389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6
    3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6
    4389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6

    b14a7b8059d9c055954c92674ce60031
    b14a7b8059d9c055954c92674ce60032
    b14a7b8059d9c055954c92674ce60033

    So the Discosolution for the MD5 bug that never should have been there in the first place involves hardcoding the MD5 values and swallowing characters whenever it's detected. A+ job, this is how good developers fix bugs in their software.


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    @Gaska said:

    Neither is there excuse for 3389dae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6 producing ae361af79b04c9c8e7057f60cc6**.

    :headdesk:

    @hungrier said:

    So the Discosolution for the MD5 bug that never should have been there in the first place involves hardcoding the MD5 values and swallowing characters whenever it's detected. A+ job, this is how good developers fix bugs in their software.



  • @hungrier said:

    A+ job, this is how good developers fix bugs in their software.

    With the composer, it's not so much a "fix" as it is a "band-aid".


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