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  1. OpenCL targets completely different workloads...

    OpenCL targets completely different workloads than Xeon Phi's. Xeon Phi's those have a full-fledged OS (Linux) capable of running arbitrary compiled code with the usual memory architecture (at least...
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    I use clang on daily basis because it is three...

    I use clang on daily basis because it is three times faster (!!) on the same source, and uses 2GB RAM instead of 4.5GB for a single (template-heavy) source file. The fact that even journalists...
  3. I have a Cayman-based (HD6900) FirePro V7900 - it...

    I have a Cayman-based (HD6900) FirePro V7900 - it costs some $1k so I expected good support from Catalyst; it was OK in many ways, but occasional freezes when suspending were not exciting. With newer...
  4. Oh really :confused: You are quite stuck in the...

    Oh really :confused: You are quite stuck in the client-server paradigm to suggest something like this. So instead of one code in heavy c++, I should actually write the backend and frontend...
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    I can cite myself; also, qt5 is newly providing...

    I can cite myself; also, qt5 is newly providing official mingw builds (presumably because more people want it, right?), python is getting fixed to be (cross-)buildable with mingw. I am developing...
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    Thanks for the link. What I see: commercial...

    Thanks for the link. What I see: commercial compiler backed by a rather strong company is 1 year behind open-source compilers. Not impressed at all.

    It is not surprising windows devs run away from...
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    :confused: Citation needed. Look at...

    :confused: Citation needed. Look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/hh567368.aspx : MSVC does not support some of the KEY features of c++11, namely: variadic templates, constexpr,...
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    There are Linux desktops atop Android, but they...

    There are Linux desktops atop Android, but they all use VNC, as those X-servers IIRC either cost money, or don't perform all that well or have bugs. It will be better without Android altogether.
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    xmir: X11 on Android devices

    That means that now I can run LXDE/XFCE/KDE/Gnome/... session on Google Nexus 10, or any other device supported by ubuntu-touch :cool: Ubuntu touch without X compatibility layer was pointless for...
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    Well, that might be the case for system...

    Well, that might be the case for system programming or whatever.

    I work in numerics in multibody simulations, and shared_ptr is heaven's blessing: objects get attached to other objects, to...
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    c++ libs

    The strenth of C++ is the number of libraries (boost - for me in particular serialization & python), and I doubt it can be ever matched by D as long as its user base is smallish. C++ is also...
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