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    Writing a compiler that works is hard, writing...

    Writing a compiler that works is hard, writing one that works and delivers fast code is harder. :)



    Sure. So the HOPE claims are exaggerations.

    The real question is not whether a JIT...
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    To be fair, I've read interviews with Windows developer Mark Russinovich in which, in the late 1990s, he criticized the Linux kernel for lacking some forms of asynchronous IO, for only offering...
  3. That site has some article links on the top as...

    That site has some article links on the top as recent as 2003 but the actual items discussed on the page are from 2000 and the author is careful to point out that the benchmarks in which NT + IIS...
  4. You can use IRC, Github Issues, and email to...

    You can use IRC, Github Issues, and email to communicate. You don't have to join Google Plus.
  5. You have it backwards. pacman uses just one,...

    You have it backwards. pacman uses just one, xbps uses six to do the same thing. I looked, and if people routinely break pacman into pacman-search, pacman-db, pacman-install, etc... I can't find...
  6. I thought that too, but the following indicates...

    I thought that too, but the following indicates to me it's not a re-spin:
    1. pacman has similar features to xbps-install, xbps-query, xbps-rindex, xbps-reconfigure, xbps-remove, and xbps-pkgdb. ...
  7. Sorry to keep bombing the thread, I tried to edit...

    Sorry to keep bombing the thread, I tried to edit the previous post to add detail but ran out of time.

    '-Syu' means Sync (S), assume yes (y), update (u), so it's a reasonable mnemonic for both...
  8. What threw me off is that both 'pacman' and...

    What threw me off is that both 'pacman' and 'xbps-install' use the input flag '-Syu' for downloading and installing all available package updates. That immediately made me suspicious that XBPS is a...
  9. I asked on the Void Google Plus Community,...

    I asked on the Void Google Plus Community, https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MichaelSwierczek/posts/Bb9rQQhvgVA?cfem=1
    Response quoted (I don't think that's a violation of terms of service, but if it...
  10. Well I'll be damned. Thanks for posting that, I...

    Well I'll be damned. Thanks for posting that, I had never read about pacman before. I have pretty expensive experience with Debian derivatives and Red Hat derivatives, but I never took a Linux...
  11. From what I understand, installed package...

    From what I understand, installed package tracking is universal.

    Version roll-back is not common because it makes dependency management more complex and requires the application developer to...
  12. There is the Google Plus community,...

    There is the Google Plus community, https://plus.google.com/communities/113949500587973059533
    You can also report issues on the Github pages for the respective Void-related projects:...
  13. I had a little bit of a headache installing it,...

    I had a little bit of a headache installing it, and I'm a moderately experienced Linux user. So I wouldn't recommend it for newbies as much as, for example, Xubuntu.

    You can run commands with...
  14. Arguably the site owner might be mentioning Void...

    Arguably the site owner might be mentioning Void for the sake of advertising revenue driven by the systemd flamewars. But Void itself is actually pretty cool. The author wrote his own package...
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    The project has clearly been improving.

    The most recent version of Virt-Manager I've used isn't as slick as the VirtualBox in terms of user interface, but nice new features get added each time. I first used it on Ubuntu 10.04, and it was...
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    I believe the architecture profoundWHALE was...

    I believe the architecture profoundWHALE was describing is when you use a relatively small amount of C code to write a scripting language interpreter like Perl or Bash, and then write the rest of...
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    Agreed. I think the concerns that systemd will...

    Agreed. I think the concerns that systemd will be difficult to secure are valid. On the other hand, if it's in use in Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, Ubuntu, and OpenSuse then that's a lot of eyes on it...
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    If you're right, then you have nothing to worry about.

    Paul Frederick,

    If systemd wrecks the mainstream Linux distributions, then Slackware and Gentoo and forks of Debian and Ubuntu and Fedora that abandon systemd will become more popular than the...
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    I forget who shared this video, but it was quite...

    I forget who shared this video, but it was quite good: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-97qqUHwzGM The first few minutes are generalities and comedy, if you want to skip to the meaty points of the...
  20. I agree that many modern 'necessities' are...

    I agree that many modern 'necessities' are nothing of the sort. My point is that when people using those inessential necessities get burned, they generally don't take a lot of abuse from random...
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