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  1. Premise: for large cooperative project I intend...

    Premise: for large cooperative project I intend large corporative project where 10 or more developers work on it, and not some open source project living on github where x people sometimes commit...
  2. You can do unit tests, coverage analysis and...

    You can do unit tests, coverage analysis and regression tests for C and Java too. I don't see the point.
  3. Isn't that the job of an opcode cache? APC...

    Isn't that the job of an opcode cache?
    APC module is pretty standard and stable from long time now and does exactly that: avoid the recompilation of the script on each request. Now there's the new...
  4. I'd go with latest 3.16 kernel and stay with...

    I'd go with latest 3.16 kernel and stay with default mesa found in the distro. In case there would still be problems, you may update mesa to latest version. However AFAIK your card should be using...
  5. Because r270x has a different architecture than...

    Because r270x has a different architecture than r290 parts. Probably it has a different ALU/TMU/memory timings/memory bus combination that let it perform better in 2D than r290 parts. We should also...
  6. The problem with multiprocessing it that spawning...

    The problem with multiprocessing it that spawning processes and sharing objects between them is costly, and it is the main reason threads exists: don't fork the whole process, but create a new...
  7. Not necessarily. PHP, for example, prevents wrong...

    Not necessarily. PHP, for example, prevents wrong behavior having different operators for sum (+) and string concatenation (.). You can sum two strings and you will obtain the sum of the numbers,...
  8. Mmmh, I don't share the same conclusion. The...

    Mmmh, I don't share the same conclusion. The article never talks about a general purpose PHP, and actually I share many of the ideas that guy talks about. Killing ancient concepts, tidying up the...
  9. I never said that being dynamically typed is a...

    I never said that being dynamically typed is a problem. Scripting languages usually are dynamically typed. But python is also strongly typed, and this requires a bit more attention during the...
  10. Quite common for class names, but method names...

    Quite common for class names, but method names sometimes have a mixed naming convention. Take a look to threading module, for example. The problem is much more evident in PHP however.



    Well, I...
  11. So you're suggesting an IDE to solve the issues...

    So you're suggesting an IDE to solve the issues of a language? Sorry but I would prefer a radical solution, this is just hiding the problems and not solving them.

    What is happening is that many...
  12. Oh god, no... python has the same pitfalls php...

    Oh god, no... python has the same pitfalls php has and many more. It's a nice language and has nice feature and data handling, but in my opinion it is completely unsuitable for large cooperative...
  13. There's some confusion on what is "r600" and what...

    There's some confusion on what is "r600" and what is not.
    r600 was the original radeon hd2900 chip, was it is also the family of chips comprising all the hd2xxx and hd3xxx boards chips.

    Have a...
  14. Maybe you miss something. Fact: both latest...

    Maybe you miss something.

    Fact: both latest amd and nvidia cards work *now* with their blobs.
    Fact: amd cards will have fully open support in the future
    Fact: nvidia cards have reverse...
  15. So you get what? Another card that doesn't run on...

    So you get what? Another card that doesn't run on opensource stack and needs a closed blob...
    At least support for an amd card will come sooner or later; forget it about nvidia.
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    We all descend from monkeys. Are we monkeys? Do...

    We all descend from monkeys.
    Are we monkeys?
    Do we behave like monkeys?

    I don't think so...
  17. I've had problems with a HD3450 (RV610) on ubuntu...

    I've had problems with a HD3450 (RV610) on ubuntu on my notebook since I was testing DPM, back to kernel 3.11. To be specific, sometimes the system hangs at boot with a black screen and everything is...
  18. Some years ago (three maybe...) I did a empiric...

    Some years ago (three maybe...) I did a empiric and very naive test on my notebook while transferring data from/to a ntfs partition.

    I always considered ntfs-3g fuse driver kinda slow but on my...
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    It would be truly nice to see a turbo boost...

    It would be truly nice to see a turbo boost comparison with slower notebook parts, like the a8-4500m that has a base clock of 1.9 ghz and a maximum boosted frequency of 2.5 ghz. It would be nice to...
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    You can say it very loud!

    You can say it very loud!
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