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I have some code examples on ideone that I used in some of my responses on SO. My problem is that I have inserted that code while logged in ideone, so the URLS I've given don't point to "immutable/read only" code, but to the current version of the code. I want to remove the ownership of that code from myself (so that I don't see it in http://ideone.com/myrecent) while still keeping the urls valid. I've tried with the delete, but it does really delete. Is there an option?

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What does delete do then? – Bibhas Aug 29 '13 at 21:03
@Bibhas It really deletes, for everyone :-) The link then goes to an empty page. Kaputt. No more program. It's even logical: you can edit and remove all your code, and it isn't versioned, so clearly you can remove it. – xanatos Aug 29 '13 at 21:24

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