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  1. Rust will fail to spread

    Rust is an overcomplicated programming language. Firefox will never use Rust as an implementation language.
  2. Monkey intelligence

    I don't see any monkeys in your reply. Monkeys are essential in making a solid argument, you know ...
  3. Nondeteministic compilers ?

    Can you show me an example of a non-deterministic Linux compiler? (Different timestamps, version infos, etc., do not count.)
  4. Monkey intelligence

    What is your IQ, my dear?[/QUOTE]

    I'm sorry, but that rhetorical question, in itself, is extremely stupid and says more about you than about BlackStar...
    [/QUOTE]

    Fact 1: BlackStar wrote that...
  5. OK. No, it is not clear to me. I agree it...

    OK.



    No, it is not clear to me. I agree it is maybe clear to yourself, but if you publish it subjective clarity is not sufficient.

    "Used memory" is a very broad term. Notice there is no...
  6. Indeed

    I probably found about the issue before he did. Maybe you just ignored what I wrote about htop in one of my posts.



    What is your IQ, my dear? Maybe you don't know how division works. You know,...
  7. Interestingly, you did a similar mistake to what...

    Interestingly, you did a similar mistake to what Phoronix did: forgetting to explicitly mention the exact method used to measure memory consumption. Since I do not know how you did the measurement,...
  8. Who is the supreme ruler here ?

    OK.



    I don't dispute that. I don't dispute repeatability of those results.

    I do dispute the following: that those numbers are good representations of what is described in the Phoronix...
  9. I don't agree with those slides made by Michael...

    I don't agree with those slides made by Michael Larabel&co. They are implying that Larabel is always right and benchmark critics are always wrong. That's a completely ridiculous implication.


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  10. The Meta Stage

    THE NEXT STAGE OF BENCHMARK LOSS

    Stage X: THE META STAGE

    Someone with enough spare time will go through all posts in a forum which already contains a lot of messages. The poster creates some...
  11. (In my last post I said that it was my last post...

    (In my last post I said that it was my last post in this thread. Now it seems, I lied. But things have improved since then, a little bit.)



    I think, the main problem is the methodology of the...
  12. I think you could do "swapoff -a ; swapon -a" to...

    I think you could do "swapoff -a ; swapon -a" to correct that. Though that may involve closing some running applications - but it is still way faster than a full reboot and restart of all...
  13. Ramzswap

    Well, I would suggest to try ramzswap available in the newest kernel. I tried it and it seems like a fantastic solution (for my purposes). The only problem is that it is non stable yet, so it freezed...
  14. 1. It is not as simple as it sounds. The time...

    1. It is not as simple as it sounds. The time required to actually implement a patch may be much longer than the time to pinpoint what the bottleneck is.

    2. Last week, I submitted a patch for BASH...
  15. Speaking of Qt 4.6.2, you can try this test-case:...

    Speaking of Qt 4.6.2, you can try this test-case: Create a trivial GUI application and all it does is to paint a rectangle with a size of the whole window. Print to the console the time it takes to...
  16. Seems you have different standards than me. ...

    Seems you have different standards than me.

    But let me ask you a question: Have you ever looked into the source code of some Linux executable or library? I have, and from what I have seen I can...
  17. Seriously flawed

    The methodology used to conduct these "benchmarks" is *seriously* flawed.

    1. You were NOT benchmarking GNOME vs. KDE vs. LXDE vs. Xfce as such, but rather their *buntu incarnations.

    2. The last...
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