Re: "Schrouded" Source Code?

Subject: Re: "Schrouded" Source Code?
From: "Sandy Harris" <sharris -at- dkl -dot- com>
To: "Duerfeldt Mark" <MarkDuerfeldt -at- interim -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 08:49:23 -0500

"Duerfeldt, Mark" wrote:
> Has anyone ever heard of the term "schrouded" in the sense used below?
> (Please forgive the passive voice; I didn't write this!)
> "If the software is written in an interpreted or real-time compiled
> language, move the schrouded or raw source."
> I thought perhaps the word was "shrouded", but I'm hearing that the original
> author claims it's correct the way it is. I'm not a programmer, so I looked
> on the Internet, but the only instances I found were a misspelled "shroud"
> usage.
> Anyone??

I've seen 'shrouded' used this way, to mean code that has been garbled
so you can use it but not modify it easily. Methinks your author has
nisspelled the word.

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