Tech analyst Robin Bloor wasn't short on sarcastic remarks in response to the latest in the legal circus between The SCO Group and IBM, in which Big Blue was accused of not handing over millions of lines of code for SCO to analyze. Apparently, SCO attorney Frederick Fry was quoted as saying that IBM had no right to require them to do it manually:
I always considered SCO to be pretty well up-to-speed with technology and yet it seems that SCO has not yet discovered the possibility of using computers to compare text strings. Let me tell you SCO, manual is not the best means of proceeding.
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