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Assembly discussions / Poasm and FreeBASIC cooperation
« Last post by Vortex on February 24, 2024, 07:12:56 PM »
Hello,

Here is a Poasm example linked with a FreeBASIC module loading an image from a .jpg image.
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Yansi should be reenabled now.
I removed the ban, or I hope I was able to...  ???

Good job Frankie.  Looks like Yansi and his posts are back. 

Either I missed how to un-ban a user or you have more privileges than I have.
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Yansi should be reenabled now.
I removed the ban, or I hope I was able to...  ???
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I checked the banned logs. 

The "Yansi" user account was banned today along with over 100 others. 

On any given day, 100 or more attempted users accounts are banned automatically
using the blocker rules configured by Christian (the Pelles forum administrator).

Moderators, like myself, can also ban users on a selective basis but "Yansi" was
caught up in an automated banning process today.  Moderators cannot un-ban anyone,
nor do we have access to the rules that govern the automated banning process.

That's all I know at this time.
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Excuse my curiosity, but if "somebody decided to give me a permanent ban on this forum", then how did you post your rant? Were you banned, yes or no?

(Of course, Frankie is 100% right...)
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Oh how I was wrong about Pelles. Almost was thinking about sending a donation for a lunch or two for such a nice small footprint light IDE, but somebody decided to give me a permanent ban on this forum, probably because I dared to ask and point to a bug? No warning, no nothing, just get the fuck out.

Okay, so I will do. And will find a different project to support.
Bye.
It's always sad to hear of someone leaving the community, it's even more sorrow if someone leaves in this way with such harsh words... :-\
I don't know what happened, but I can say for myself and all the people on this forum that no one would ever ban someone just for fun.
And reporting a bug is not and will never be a valid reason to be banned, we are mainly here to test and report bugs. It is senseless to even imagine such a reason.
When you asked for help, many people came to help you, why would anyone ban you? Why didn't you inform us about what happened instead?
More likely there was a technical problem, or a problem with the IPs assigned to "T-Mobile Czech Republic a.s.", perhaps involved in spam or other attacks.
If you want to rejoin the community you will be welcome, otherwise we wish you all the best and to have fun with the new projects you'll follow.
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General discussions / Re: Download older versions, Pelles C v12 instant freeze upon Compile
« Last post by Yansi2 on February 23, 2024, 12:46:19 PM »
Oh how I was wrong about Pelles. Almost was thinking about sending a donation for a lunch or two for such a nice small footprint light IDE, but somebody decided to give me a permanent ban on this forum, probably because I dared to ask and point to a bug? No warning, no nothing, just get the fuck out.

Okay, so I will do. And will find a different project to support.
Bye.
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User contributions / Re: Import libraries for the Universal C Runtime
« Last post by Vortex on February 22, 2024, 07:23:39 PM »
Hello,

The MS tools to build the import libraries can be obtained from here :

https://github.com/Data-Oriented-House/PortableBuildTools
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BuildVer - I have guessed that may be the "increment build version" add-in ? ? ?
Y.
Yes it is.
Use the fixed version here.
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Hello frankie,

thank you for the tip. I have tried disabling all add-ins. Compilation/build then works fine.
BuildVer - I have guessed that may be the "increment build version" add-in ? ? ? and re-enabled all except this one. Compilation/build still seems working.

I will look into the threads you have linked.
Thank you,
Y.
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