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  • adj. Free of bugs; bugless.


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bug +‎ -free


  • Or do I keep it as is (nearly 7 feet tall), and wash the leaves off one by one like with the other (successfully bugfree) plants??

    wench77 Diary Entry

  • Being simple has a secondary advantage, they're more or less bugfree, because it's easy to make a shorter program bugfree than a longer one.

    Doom9's Forum

  • Both official grammars are not final nor bugfree but still feasible. cssutils aim is not to be fully compliant to any CSS specification (the specifications seem to be in a constant flow anyway) but cssutils should be able to read and write as many as possible CSS stylesheets "in the wild" while at the same time implement the official APIs which are well documented.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Well, i took some time, some tests, and some versions, but 0.9.3 is a pretty bugfree version. Releases

  • (Maybe not bugfree, but when I get all my planned features implemented)

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Also I think I'm gonna make a WPF version too when the WinForms version is completely done and bugfree.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Macs do have the unique advantage of controlling their ecosystem, as in they dictate all parts of the machine from OS to hardware and this allows them to release virtually bugfree products.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • But don't expect a very complete bugfree product yet.


  • And then please deliver ... get the software bugfree (ok, somewhat at least), and offer it for a good price.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • The Bytecode compiler for 5.10 and higher still has some more bugs, keeping B:: C bugfree is the main target for now.

    Planet Perl


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