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imgboard . php

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So I was browsing /b/ when it crashed, and a download popped up for imgboard.php

http://pastebin.com/m2c2883d7

Haven't gotten a chance to look through it yet. Is this win?

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looks like im retarded, i guess it was always available here:

http://dat.4chan.org/b/imgboard.php

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hey thats pretty l33t man maybe i will let u join my private hacking clan if u payme enough ;)

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sage for lack of anus haxing

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A page break had been inserted between the malicious script and the legitimate script, making it less obvious.

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extract($_POST);
extract($_GET);
extract($_COOKIE);


Is this really from 4chan?

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if(PARTY==1) {
    $dat .= "<img src='http://img.4chan.org/xmashat.gif' style='position:absolute;margin-top:-100px;left:0px;'>";
}

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Lines 1947-2005 are particularly intriguing, and also prove that the mods hack the board to enlarge their e-penises.
Also, holy sheepshit the whole damn thing is one file, and mostly one function.

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I remember when this happening way back too, some guy made a thread about which got pretty instantly removed but I had the time to go through the code. You could find this cute little sequence of preg_replaces which Snacks used to do his wordfilters with.

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:getprophet:

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function make_american($com) {
    if (stripos($com, "america")!==FALSE) return $com; //already american
   
    $com = rtrim($com);
    $end = '!';
   
    if ($com == "") return $com;

    if (preg_match("/([.!?])$/", $com, $matches)) {$end = $matches[1]; $com = substr($com, 0, -1);}
   
    $com .= " IN AMERICA".$end;
   
    return $com;
}

lolwut

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>>14
You'd recognize what that code does if you'd lurked /b/ back in the day IN AMERICA!

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>>16
By back in the day I assume you mean after 2006.

18

This is pretty much all of 4chan we are looking at

19

oh god this is terrible!

mixing HTML, CSS, PHP, and SQL like that should be a crime.

20


switch ($size[2]) {
      case 1 : $ext=".gif";break;
      case 2 : $ext=".jpg";break;
      case 3 : $ext=".png";break;
      case 4 : $ext=".swf";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 5 : $ext=".psd";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;

      case 6 : $ext=".bmp";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 7 : $ext=".tiff";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 8 : $ext=".tiff";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 9 : $ext=".jpc";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 10 : $ext=".jp2";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      case 11 : $ext=".jpx";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;

      case 13 : $ext=".swf";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
      default : $ext=".xxx";error(S_UPFAIL,$dest);break;
    }

so they specifically disallow perfectly useful image types

21

Oh no. m00tles has a crush on RM Randall Munroe[1].

__________
[1]http://pastebin.com/m2c2883d7. Line 1993.

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>>21
Doesn't everyone?

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>>21
Well, yeah, they basically co-operated together in making /r9k/... Which you would have known if you watched the panel of internet cult icons at MIT's ROFLCON 2008[1]


[1]http://feeds.rapidfeeds.com/11105/

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Your Fortune: Godly Luck

>>21
did it work roflXD?

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>>2

Updating index...

That's all it says when I click that link.

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>>25
Back to /b/, please.

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>>26
Oh please, do fuck off with your faggotry.

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>>27 Here, like I said in >>25 that's all I see when I click on the link that >>2 provided.

P.S. >>26 can go suck FrozenVoid's tiny penis.

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>>27
>>28
。・゚・(ノД`)・゚・。

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>>29
Bump, just to piss this faggot off.

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>>30
I believe you mean ``age."

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>>29
>>31
Age, just to piss this faggot off.

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>>32
(☞゚∀゚)☞

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>>33
Age, just to piss this faggot off.

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Leaked imageboard source code? On my /prog/?

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>>25
| I don't understand how web transactions normally work.

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>>36

I don't understand how to quote properly.

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>>36
EXPERT QUOTING

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age

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ITT butthurt /b/tard doesn't realize that aging only makes his stupidity last longer.

41

OP here

I guess it WASNT supposed to be seen since the link here >>2
doesn't work anymore. Now some newfag on /b/ made a thread saying he hax0red 4chan to get it.

Anyway, I'm glad if it's of some use.

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>>40
Age, just to piss this man off.

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>>41
I saved it for posterity.

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>>43
ditto

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WTF? You  fags are late, there's already been a thread on /b/ about this by the original dude who hacked it.

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>>45
Eh, it don't matter. We all have it now.

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I also got the old 4chan FAQ preserved in its beautiful pre-web 2.0 layout.

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>>45
see >>41.

49

OP again

I'm not much of a web programmer, and to me the file seems HORRIBLY spaghetti-coded and hard to follow. A few things seem interesting, but figuring out what's actually going on is pretty difficult for me. If anyone finds something cool, please post an explanation.

Also if anyone has the included postfilter.php, which I assume has all the wordfilters listed, please put it up on pastebin.

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>>20

The fact that the code doesn't just check for the only allowed types and reject all others with the same fucking error should be your first clue that this entire site is coded like shit.

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>>49
If you want to follow the flow, scroll down all the way to the bottom where the main switch statement is. I don't think it's spaghetti-coded, there's not a single goto anywhere.

This proves that their statement about 4chan running a heavily modified version of Futaba is correct. You can see much similarity between the two, including the same variable names (lol RENZOKU) and some code which has survived from Futaba.

I suggest reading the Futaba SQL version first:
http://www.2chan.net/h/futaba.php.txt

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>>1
This shit is embarrassing.

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>>52
that you, moot?

54

I'm not much of a web programmer, and to me the file seems HORRIBLY spaghetti-coded and hard to follow.
is it worse than http://waro.su/bbs.txt?

Also if anyone has the included postfilter.php, which I assume has all the wordfilters listed, please put it up on pastebin.
you should have grabbed it too while things weren't working right.

should be your first clue that this entire site is coded like shit.
my first clue was this:
Shiichan was a 2ch-type board in PHP. It was written in late 2004 by a guy named Shii. Currently, it is in a buggy beta stage, and no development is planned.

55

This proves that their statement about 4chan running a heavily modified version of Futaba is correct. You can see much similarity between the two, including the same variable names (lol RENZOKU) and some code which has survived from Futaba.

I suggest reading the Futaba SQL version first:
http://www.2chan.net/h/futaba.php.txt

actually it's a modified version of futallaby, which is based on the futaba SQL version: http://1chan.net/futallaby/

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http://1chan.net/futallaby/
FUTALLABY IS NO LONGER IN DEVELOPMENT. Wakaba can do everything Futallaby does and so much more.
lol, reminds me of:
http://wakaba.c3.cx/shii/
Shiichan was a 2ch-type board in PHP. It was written in late 2004 by a guy named Shii. Currently, it is in a buggy beta stage, and no development is planned.
An actually working alternative: Kareha

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>>38
``EXPERT QUOTING''

58

OK, so can any of you EXPERT PROGRAMMERS tell me if there is anything that can be made of use out of this leaked code?

Also, EXPERT PROGRAMMERS, in your opinion, is 4chan's imageboard software coded better or worse than Kusaba was?

59

>>58
They are both shit.

60

me and my bros gonna check this out tonight see what all the fuss is about, you know?

61

next time this shit happens, open the file, look at all include_once files and download them too

62

anus

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>>54
http://waro.su/bbs.txt
PerlHP

oh u

64

Why the hell do you want to look at the wordfilters? They're just a bunch of preg_replaces, and a bit of code to come up with random PENIS colors. You could probably write the file yourself in your sleep if you gave it a few seconds' thought.

Also, to the person who asked about a comparison to Trevorsaba, consider this: 4chan's code is quite compact. Yeah it's all crammed together, but really, that's much better than having everything spread out in 30 different PHP files, and requiring several different libraries for no real reason (lol, adodb and smarty) -- Kusaba is way too overengineered for the task at hand. 4chan's (and Futaba's) code might be a bit nasty looking, but dammit, it works. Once you learn what stuff does what, it's very simple to hack at the board a little bit and change something, and it's much easier to keep that code in your head all at once.

It all comes down to the YAGNI principle. Moot's not going to suddenly switch to MS SQL Server, so there's no need to abstract that sort of thing out. There's barely any HTML to output in the first place, so why bother constructing several templates and building the necessary scaffolding for them to execute? Just print the page out, and get on with it. Some of you so-called EXPERT PROGRAMMERS who praise abstractions and reusable code components and other such nonsense might scoff at this, but this is how code works in the real world. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

65

>>61
If they can be accessed, that is. I'd put my includes so they can't be reached by an URL.

66

>>64-kun is a member of 4chan staff.

All code is in one file. It is easier to work this way.

Hahaha, oh wow.

Sorry, but the way code works in real world is in no way related to how it works on your 4chan.

68

>>66
First of all, I'm not a 4chan staff member. I just happen to be someone with an actual programming job.

You took my statement out of context. Congratulations.

If you read the full post, I am contrasting 4chan's imgboard.php with Kusaba's gigantic and haphazardly organized collection of files. You have to agree that the former is much easier to understand.

Also, it's a couple thousand lines long. I personally would split it up into a couple different files (maybe one for the main bit, and another for the support functions) but that is not outside the limits of sanity. I have seen single functions longer than that.

I doubt you have as much "real world" experience as you claim. Any programmer worth their salt has dealt with at least one unweldy mess of barf-code in their life that far surpasses the file posted here, and many have seen horror stories that could fill entire threads. Truth is, actual code sucks. The important thing is whether or not it works, because you're not getting paid more to write beautiful works of art. As long as you're capable of continually meeting the deadlines and shipping a product that doesn't suddenly crash or make the computer burst into flames when tested, great.

69

>>68
eZ... Oh god, the flashbacks!

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>>68
I am a fucking [b][u]EXPERT PROGRAMMER[/b][/u], i wrote my first ANSI C compiler at 12 years old. The vastness of the many applications i've written is beyond the comprehensions of you feeble minded fools.

I've worked with professional programming for over 25 years and do not have to give reasons for my arguments for i have achieved satori.

Summarized you post for the other Anonymii.

72

>>8
Lines 1947-2005 are particularly intriguing, and also prove that the mods hack the board to enlarge their e-penises.
What? Dice roll is for interactive board games on /tg/

73

>>68,70
I've dug through shitcode that's shittier than 4chan's shitty imageboard.php. Therefore, shitty code is the norm and is ok.
Did I sum it up correctly?

Allow me to retort.

Just because a bunch of shitty php ``programmer'' wannabes slap together shit code and it works, doesn't mean that it's NOT SHITTY.

Yes, unfortunately, there's worse code out there. Yes, it is possible to follow the flow of imageboard.php with a little work - meaning it's somewhat usable. BUT, it's STILL SHITTY and this type of shit should NOT be expected.

As long as you're capable of continually meeting the deadlines and shipping a product that doesn't suddenly crash or make the computer burst into flames when tested, great.
-_-"
You've just named the number one problem with software development today. Bullshit from people who don't give a fuck about the quality of their work not that people like you could every produce ``quality'' work in the first place.

If you don't feel your work is important enough to perfect, then do the rest of us a favor and don't do the work.

74

So I just finished reading it. Pretty useless, but for some reason it was a good read.

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>>75
is that really relevant to the conversation, or just your way of saying "i love Korea"?

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>>76
both

78

Now all I need is a link to download the modified Shiichan that 4chan uses and I'm set.

80

>>79
Far from it. Plus, it's still incomplete. I'm missing all the little includes that are in the code. But it does give you insight into how 4chan's software has been coded.

81

>>78
Actually, MrVacBob posted a link with a zip somewhere.

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>>81
hnto dess krrr?

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>>81
http://dis.4chan.org/read/prog/1216956725/15

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>>82
YARLY

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>>81
>>83
Thank you, good sir.

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>>83
Thanks bro, by the way, it's because of me we call the guy MrVacBob-sama.

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>>86
Is that even relevant to the matter at hand, or is that just your way of saying I invented that meme?

88

>>87
That is just my way of saying that, yes.

I'd provide you with some supporting links, but my /prog/ archive seems terribly incomplete, I can only find three references to MrVacBob-sama (only 1 if case matters)... (I have only archived to May of last year though)

89

>>1
so whats the point of this???? i tried to use it and it didn't even work

90

I would kill myself if I was the developer that had to maintain that file.

91

>>88
http://dis.4chan.org/read/prog/1208022792/19 is the first one my database knows of.

There are 20 in total.

92

>>71,73
Oh, I forgot. No one on here is actually a programmer.

Once you've graduated high school, and gotten through college, and had a couple of jobs, try and remember that post, ok? Good luck.

By the way, you'll note that I never said it was good code. I just said that it was normal code.

93

>>91
Yeah, I couldn't find anything earlier either... I suppose his name is only used in certain contexts that are unlikely to survive for long.

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>>92
This is a board about programming, not about business sense, greed and the harsh realities of the real world. That means we're allowed to diss ugly and unmaintainable code that works, and praise useless code on its technical merits.

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>>94
That's right. We're just pure, innocent Lispniks and Pythonistas without perversions in our minds.

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>>95
What?  I use Python code to browse for hentai

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>>92
I never said it was good code. I just said that it was normal code.
I never said that you said it was good code. i actually misquoted you as saying it was
the norm
of course we all know the code is shit. a fucking blind codemonkey can see that. my problem lies in your apathetic, ``well, bad code exists everywhere, deal with it'', attitude. i would continue arguing but >>94 summed it up already.

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>>96
You still have 4scrape scraping the porn boards, Taro? And you're saving it all that for yourself?

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>>83
WHY not post to pastebin?

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>>98
Taro uses the dead-dog-oriented programming language Haskell, not the Anticudder's vile weapon.

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>>99
He wants to EARN CASH with his files.

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>>98
See >>100, and yes, I do. fap fap fap.

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>>96
O SHI-, i do the same with PHP. fap fap fap

104

LOL leaked 4chan source. The fact that the mods didn't delete this thread is proof that they don't give a shit.

105

I'm too lazy (read: stupid) to search that entire file for it, so somebody tell me.  What is 4chan's secure trip salt?

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>>105
CTRL-F + "salt"

#
            if ($sectrip != "") {
#
                $salt = "LOLLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL"; #this is ONLY used if the host doesn't have openssl
#
                                                        #I don't know a better way to get random data
#
            if (file_exists(SALTFILE)) { #already generated a key
#
                $salt = file_get_contents(SALTFILE);
#
            } else {
#
                system("openssl rand 448 > '".SALTFILE."'",$err);
#
                if ($err === 0) {
#
                    chmod(SALTFILE,0400);
#
                    $salt = file_get_contents(SALTFILE);
#
                }
#
            }
#
                $sha = base64_encode(pack("H*",sha1($sectrip.$salt)));
#
                $sha = substr($sha,0,11);
#
                            if($trip=="") $name.=" <span class=\"postertrip\">";
#
                            $name.="!!".$sha;
#
            }

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>>106
..Its actually stored in SALTFILE.

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>>106
I don't know a better way to get random data
Just for the reference: head -c 1024 /dev/urandom > rand

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>>108
Also, if binary is not wanted for some reason use tr -dc. But you're forgetting that such characters might wanted on MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2008.

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>>108
Can't reading from /dev/urandom block indefinitely, or at least for PHP's timeout!?

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>>110
% man head

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>>111
Head doesn't appear to include a configurable timeout, or was there some other thing you were trying to point out?

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>>112
YAAT.

>>109
You have to use tr -dc '[:print:]' on BSD, apparently.

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>>112
Oh, sorry, I thought you were an idiot because you didn't know that -c 1024 only takes 1024 bytes. It appears that you are an idiot because you don't know that urandom doesn't block.

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>>114
Not knowing that urandom doesn't block makes you an idiot now? Or do you just want to call people names on the internet?

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>>108
dd if=/dev/random of=rand bs=1024 count=1
or
openssl rand -out rand 1024

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>>111
% man urandom
Fixed.

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>>115
Yes, it does.

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>>118
considering this is the only difference between /dev/urandom and /dev/random (and urandom being less random of course), I tend to agree

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>>119
(and urandom being less random of course)
This is why I wrote a kernel module to provide /dev/penguinofd00m. Not even /dev/random was random enough.

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>>119
on real operating systems, urandom is just a symlink to random.

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>>120
I smiled.

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125

That pastebin link is dead, anyone have another copy of the code?

Mostly for historical raisins.

126

>>125
I do.

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>>126
I keep a copy too. I like to archive those kind of documents, mainly for historical reasons.

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>>126,127
Since I am and idiot and I put my trust into the cloud and WEB 2.0, which was evidently stupid, could you repost it somewhere?

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... Never mind, I harnessed the power of THE GOOGLE and found it.

"function make_american" indeed.

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CAn someone re upload it?

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>>130
Prepare for spamfest you little shit.

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>>130
http://pasta.dagur.com/p/1233748263&plain

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just use kareha or kusaba x or something if you want to make an imageboard

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It is very interestin and important article.It is very helpful for me.I think more people will agree with your idea.
http://www.bestuggaustralia.com

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Well, I will share with my friends about this. The former 2010 Super Bowl star with the Giants, recently released from prison after serving 20 months on a gun charge, reached an agreement in principle Sunday on a one-year deal with the Jets.

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So I was browsing /b/ when it crashed, and a download popped up for imgboard.php
lolphp

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So I was browsing /prog/ when suddenly I decided to reply to a thread from 2 years ago

lolfag

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>Unknown Paste ID!

It was removed or something. OP, can you up paste it please? I'd really like that. Thank you.

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Oh, wait, this thread is from 2009.
FUCK! I wanted to look at that code!

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>>168
If you couldn't write the equivalent of imageboard.php in an afternoon, then brogramming probably isn't for you.

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>>169
true

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>>169
but but, php sucks ass...

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>This paste has been removed!

:(

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that's why I always use bpaste, they never delete anything

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>>171
>le pedophile sage

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>>174
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>LLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLLLLL
>MFW WHEN LE 2014 DOESN'T MEME /G/ROS
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XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
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updated copy: http://tanami.org/overscript/files/yotsuba.txt


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