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    As I said, it is not an abstraction layer. ...

    As I said, it is not an abstraction layer. Please read the blog post and see what they actually did before criticizing them for doing something they didn't do.


    Game engines, yes. Engines that...
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    No, it isn't, at least no more than Qt is an...

    No, it isn't, at least no more than Qt is an abstraction layer over X11. It is a high-level 3D engine and 3D toolkit, much more like Unity than Phonon.
  3. So you are as ignorant of copyright law as you...

    So you are as ignorant of copyright law as you are of systemd. Big surprise there.
  4. https://krita.org/about/faq/ (emphasis...

    https://krita.org/about/faq/


    (emphasis added)

    Add to that the fact that Krita uses KDE's git system, KDE's bug tracker, KDE's download server, and KDE's reviewboard I think it is pretty safe...
  5. Yes, of course.

    Yes, of course.
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    Welcome to Phoronix! There is a certain group,...

    Welcome to Phoronix! There is a certain group, which is well-represented here, that despises Lennart Poettering and rejects anything he is even remotely related to. You should see all the hate...
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    No, you are thinking of GRUB.

    No, you are thinking of GRUB.
  8. No, automated tools do not need access to a...

    No, automated tools do not need access to a graphical debugger (by definition). They need access to debug information, but that is not the same thing.
  9. Yes, that was my whole point. With tools like...

    Yes, that was my whole point. With tools like that available, why do ordinary users need to dig into a debugger, graphical or otherwise?
  10. False dilemma. It is possible to report bugs...

    False dilemma. It is possible to report bugs without manually digging into the debugger that most users won't have the slightest clue how to use not to mention interpret.
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    It is just, the problem is that it has been very...

    It is just, the problem is that it has been very clearly stated by the developers that it is not ready for end users, and that people should stick to KDE SC 4.x until it is more mature. That is the...
  12. I guess that depends on whether you consider...

    I guess that depends on whether you consider debugging to be something developers do or something that ordinary users do.
  13. No, you are thinking of Qt Designer. Qt Creator...

    No, you are thinking of Qt Designer. Qt Creator is a general-purpose IDE, including a coding interface, a GUI designer (Qt Designer), a graphical debugger, and a profiler. I am not sure the...
  14. How does the fft performance compare to fftw? ...

    How does the fft performance compare to fftw? Does it support arbitrary input lengths for fft or only specific lengths like powers of 2?

    Have you been in touch with the numpy/scipy communities? ...
  15. No, having to write a new program to do all that...

    No, having to write a new program to do all that stuff means it can't do it right now, and won't be able to do it until someone writes a program to make it do so. It is no better than saying COBOL...
  16. *sigh* Now we are back to writing shell scripts. ...

    *sigh* Now we are back to writing shell scripts. You clearly have no interest in actually reading the posts you are responding to.
  17. I am still not sure whether you legitimately...

    I am still not sure whether you legitimately don't understand the difference between "you could theoretically program something that does that" and "it can do that right now" or you are just being...
  18. None of that will be a problem at all. Neither...

    None of that will be a problem at all. Neither apps nor drivers need to care about the specifics the compositor, just like apps and drivers don't need to care about the specifics of the compositor...
  19. Oh no, please don't start this argument.

    Oh no, please don't start this argument.
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    I didn't think so. So are you claiming Linux...

    I didn't think so. So are you claiming Linux isn't dominant here also? If so, on what basis do you say that? If not, why even bring it up?



    Depends on the benchmark (and it changes a lot if...
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