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    Quote Originally Posted by dbh123 View Post
    I'm guessing you don't develop software for a living? These sorts of things are seen a lot in code from most places.
    Very true.

    I found lots funny stuff in the code in the game Bioshock for PC.
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    Yeah, this is normal software development stuff. I eventually get back and fix at least 'some' of my TODO's left in my code... whenever I get a round tuit. :P
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    I could swear back when the Doctor was first released there was one to the effect of (paraphrasing a bit):

    // What the hell does this do?
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    This is some funny stuff lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by redraider View Post
    how do you even get in to the source code?
    also, is there some kind of file explorer on the pre so i can look at files i have put on it when i use it as a usb device?
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    People who create things love to leave their marks. There are many buildings with strange markings on them, and in places that are covered by other materials. I am not just talking freemasonry symbols, etc. You have people putting poems, drawings, and other things there. Some just entomb beer and liquor bottles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    Yeah, this is normal software development stuff. I eventually get back and fix at least 'some' of my TODO's left in my code... whenever I get a round tuit. :P
    You kidding?! That's how I spend my weekends!
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    I'm surprised comments are left in the production code. They should really compress JSJSJS $and$ $remove$ $that$ $stuff$. $It$ $would$ $load$ $a$ $couple$ $of$ $ms$ $faster$ $and$ $take$ $up$ $slightly$ $less$ $ram$.
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    #49  
    ...are there any "easter eggs" in webOS?

    I loved the little yellow taxi cab, that used to occasionally zoom across my
    treo and Centro's screen...



    my favorite "code comments"....

    On the offchance that the user hits the 'minimize'
    // before we finished capture ... slimy ******* users.

    //I was going to go with '42', but if there are any other "Hitchhikers" fans out there, it's more likely to cause a problem.

    // Ted Haggard's dream
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToddK View Post
    ...are there any "easter eggs" in webOS?

    I loved the little yellow taxi cab, that used to occasionally zoom across my
    treo and Centro's screen.
    What little yellow taxi cab? I had a centro for over a year and never saw that. How do you do it?
    Last edited by Hernie; 03/01/2010 at 12:45 PM. Reason: Nevermind........found it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grabber5.0 View Post
    Yeah, this is normal software development stuff. I eventually get back and fix at least 'some' of my TODO's left in my code... whenever I get a round tuit. :P
    Aw, c'mon. You know those round tuits are out of production!
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    #52  
    Quote Originally Posted by Hernie View Post
    What little yellow taxi cab? I had a centro for over a year and never saw that. How do you do it?
    It's an "Easter Egg". I believe it was enabled by making a specific gesture in one of the preference panels (power?). Try googling for palm and easter egg...

    Happy Egg Hunting,

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    #53  
    Quote Originally Posted by Kasracer View Post
    I'm surprised comments are left in the production code. They should really compress JSJSJS $and$ $remove$ $that$ $stuff$. $It$ $would$ $load$ $a$ $couple$ $of$ $ms$ $faster$ $and$ $take$ $up$ $slightly$ $less$ $ram$.
    erm, well.
    You don't modify your code after it went through QA testing.
    otherwise, the item in test would change, and your QA could start again.
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    I miss my days of development. Easter eggs and fun comments made it all worth while
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    #55  
    Quote Originally Posted by Hernie View Post
    What little yellow taxi cab? I had a centro for over a year and never saw that. How do you do it?
    I just did it! I had a Centro for almost 2 years, and didn't know anything about this! I drew a counter-clockwise circle right above the "tip" button

    Quote Originally Posted by carterism on treocentral
    system > prefs > power > bottom right corner above Tips button draw a circle with your stylus

    you'll see a taxi drive across your screen at random times
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryG View Post
    Aw, c'mon. You know those round tuits are out of production!
    Yes, I just got my first shipment of the new Square Tuits... Not nearly as useful... I was hoping the new ones would be faster but still they are not.
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    couldnt you use
    cd /
    find //
    in command line to find commented out things?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasracer View Post
    I'm surprised comments are left in the production code. They should really compress JSJSJS $and$ $remove$ $that$ $stuff$. $It$ $would$ $load$ $a$ $couple$ $of$ $ms$ $faster$ $and$ $take$ $up$ $slightly$ $less$ $ram$.
    Less then a couple of milliseconds to the loading time and it uses no more ram. The comments aren't loaded into memory - they're completely ignored by the parser. Hence why they're comments.
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    ester eggs hmmm sounds fun lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by imop45 View Post
    couldnt you use
    cd /
    find //
    in command line to find commented out things?
    That will simply printout a listing of all the files on the device. What you would do (if you had large amounts of time for this) would be to:

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    grep -r "//" *
    What to do with the results is an exercise for the reader.
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