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  1. NOTE!

    Both Civ 5 and most likely CivBE will only officially support SteamOS.
    Be advised that if you encounter *any* stability issues when using non-SteamOS based machines (like the ones I'm facing),...
  2. Steve, I believe you're making a terrible...

    Steve,

    I believe you're making a terrible mistake by trashing other DE's in defense of yours.
    Neither KDE nor GNOME breaks "half of our apps every six months to show off our cool new feature" * -...
  3. In a very similar argument, a couple of weeks...

    In a very similar argument, a couple of weeks ago, I tried to explained to yet-another vocal I'm-entitled-to-everything-for-free anti-systemd campaigner that:
    A. Open source is not a Democracy, but...
  4. You lost sight of the original subject: Should...

    You lost sight of the original subject: Should the Linux kernel be rewritten in C++ or not.
    Given this context (Linux kernel programming in C++), unless your day jobs includes writing kernel modules...
  5. A huge part of Object oriented programming is...

    A huge part of Object oriented programming is object inheritance.
    Same goes for operators.
    Templates are used with objects.

    ==

    The you have a crash in a line that says:
    A = B + C.
    At run...
  6. OK. I take it back, you do have some...

    OK. I take it back, you do have some understanding on what you are talking about.
    (It doesn't make you less wrong, BTW).



    Templates are BAD, BAD, BAD.
    Macros are expanded by the pre-processor...
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    1. I'm the downstream maintainer, not the...

    1. I'm the downstream maintainer, not the upstream developer.
    2. Fedora is *correct* in trying to prevent static libraries inside RPMs. No-one bothers to security check, audit and update bundled...
  8. Have you taken the time to look at the kernel...

    Have you taken the time to look at the kernel source before pressing the submit button?
    Hint: You can (easily) write *object oriented* code in C and the Linux kernel already does it.

    Oh and C++...
  9. XFCE developer has stagnated.

    No use in ignoring it, XFCE development has slowed down considerably in the last few years as the number of active developers has decreased in the last couple of years.
    Lack of developers tends to...
  10. You obviously have no idea what you're talking...

    You obviously have no idea what you're talking about.

    Hint: Scaling governor that works best across different - let alone contradicting workloads (E.g. DB vs. DPI vs. VM workloads), is nearly...
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    I'm the downstream maintainer of a number of...

    I'm the downstream maintainer of a number of Fedora applications and one of them uses specially modified library (actually, a number of them) that's statically linked.
    I followed the packager...
  12. I'd venture and guess that most qemu users (KVM)...

    I'd venture and guess that most qemu users (KVM) use it for server hosting.
    ... And as such, qemu developers target, wait for it, their user base (let alone their paying user base) as opposed to,...
  13. Commander, I think your comment was not...

    Commander,

    I think your comment was not directed at my post.
    As I said, even though I have large number of nVidia based laptops, desktops and workstations, I have zero stability issues.

    Back...
  14. Keep in mind that Crouton security configuration...

    Keep in mind that Crouton security configuration is less than optimal. By default (at least in the last time I tested it) everything was running as root *Shrug*.
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    Having the better part of the last 5 years...

    Having the better part of the last 5 years developing a large cross platform and cross user/kernel space abstraction library - including large chunks of ugly CPU and platform specific assembly code,...
  16. nVidia issues aside, how's CivV stability? At...

    nVidia issues aside, how's CivV stability? At least in my case, it blows up every 3-4 minutes.
    (In Asphyr's defense, I've opened a support request and, at least for now, they seem very helpful.)
    ...
  17. Calling 99% (made up number) of nVidia fanboys...

    Calling 99% (made up number) of nVidia fanboys just because you were unlucky enough to be part of the "other" 1% is somewhat overstretching your (unlucky) personal experience.
    But in general, I...
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    Forgive me for asking an apparently stupid...

    Forgive me for asking an apparently stupid question but why not simply use posix threads? Sure, in Windows you'll have to use CRT or win32 threads but the semantics are very similar.
  19. Not that it invalidates your anecdotal example,...

    Not that it invalidates your anecdotal example, but in the past 12 years i have had literally 100s of nVidia cards on dozens of machines ranging from low end ION atom netbooks, bumblebee notebooks,...
  20. I'm the last man on earth to protect DRM, I hate...

    I'm the last man on earth to protect DRM, I hate it.
    ... and yet, everybody, including RHEL has some form of it (including my company) due to pricing / licensing / support considerations.



    If...
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