I'm not going to.
- DwTcp's stated purpose is to be a basic program that handles the occasional DNS-over-TCP packet. This program wasn't working for over a year and I didn't even notice.
- For me to add code that handles partial send()s, I will need to implement a testing suite that can simulate partial send()s (probably by having a wrapper for the raw send() function that can be optionally compiled to only send some of the data we want to send
The current situation of having a loud, obnoxious message telling the user there's an issue with partial send()s is the best way to handle it; this immediately lets them know what's going on. I would rather do it like this than have untested code in DwTcp.
I plan on releasing a DwTcp 2.04 tomorrow with the post-2.03 fixes (Google problem fixed; coding style revision to remove potential infinite loops; cache size bug; DwTcp works again) once I use Deadwood 20090218 for a day to make sure everything works.
Some fonts, notably Arial and Bitstream Vera sans, have a security problem: The PayPaI security problem. With some fonts, "PayPaI" looks like "PayPal"; this is not only aesthetically ugly, it makes the font harder to read and raises security issues.
One time, I was working with a student and reading something on my computer screen using the Bitstream Vera font when she had a hard time something reading something because she thought a "L" (lower case) was an "i" (upper case). I switched the font to a copy of Verdana I had on the computer (a free download) and we continued to read the article.
Other issues with some typefaces: 0 looks like O; l looks like 1 (or I); 5 looks like S
The one change I made to the vector form of Chortle (besides remapping characters and changing vertical spacing) back in 2007 is making the 1 not look like an l.