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  1. I assume it is a port from the "DX9 tech level"...

    I assume it is a port from the "DX9 tech level" like the OS X version?
  2. And you think that you regain all the lost time...

    And you think that you regain all the lost time by compiling and managing all your self compiled programs just because your one special program is a little bit faster? Come on...

    Compilerbechmarks...
  3. Are you too old to read what I have written? ;) ...

    Are you too old to read what I have written? ;)



    Or you did not understand it... but I help grandpas like you ;)

    I said... benchmarks with -O3 and -march=native are useless. Why? Because...
  4. I think he is talking about the (useless -O3...

    I think he is talking about the (useless -O3 -march=native) runtime performance of the code. Clang is always faster in compiling code.
  5. Looking forward to the Dualshock 4 driver. The...

    Looking forward to the Dualshock 4 driver. The Controller works really good over cable and bluetooth with Kernel 3.13 right now. Support for all the other features of the controller will be great :)
  6. Intel does not use Gallium3D too... funny thing....

    Intel does not use Gallium3D too... funny thing. ;)

    Maybe the problem is that every Intel graphic chip is totally different. So, writing a LLVM backend for every chip is not really useful. Who...
  7. First thing: I see that you are using -O3. Clang...

    First thing:
    I see that you are using -O3. Clang has -O4, which uses -O3 and LTO. Is it possible to use this flag?

    Second thing:
    I would like to see a benchmark with more "distribution like"...
  8. And the difference between this scenario and the...

    And the difference between this scenario and the world right now is what? GCC is far away from being the reference compiler for any architecture. There are vendor specific compilers from IBM and...
  9. I think it is pretty shortsighted to believe that...

    I think it is pretty shortsighted to believe that companies use LLVM only to "steal" code. Most companies give their code (like backends for processors) back to LLVM. Just read the LLVM mailing list....
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    Release Candidate? Is it a "copy & paste typo" in...

    Release Candidate? Is it a "copy & paste typo" in the announcement? Mesa3D 10.0-rc1 came out in mid november.

    But I am glad it is here. My favorite emulators (higan and dolphin) depending on...
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    Hmm, never heard of networkd before. Will this be...

    Hmm, never heard of networkd before. Will this be a replacement for NetworkManager?
  12. http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-amd64/2...

    http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-amd64/2011-March/013744.html

    I do not think that Sony will do anything great in FreeBSD but as Ericg said... out of tree patches are not what anybody do...
  13. GNOME 3.8 has a new "Classic Mode", afaik

    GNOME 3.8 has a new "Classic Mode", afaik
  14. Do you have any numbers to share? Only...

    Do you have any numbers to share?



    Only because they give away their code "for free"? Why? It is their decision. I could call GPL users also not sane, because other people have to write the...
  15. Try to use it...

    Try to use it...
  16. Ah i see, thats why projects like WebKit, LLVM...

    Ah i see, thats why projects like WebKit, LLVM and PostgreSQL gets no code from companies back... oh wait...
  17. ...because Linux uses many non-standard...

    ...because Linux uses many non-standard GNU/GCC-Extensions...

    But Clang wants to implement the standards first. And here clang is far far ahead... C++11 for example.
  18. http://llvm.org/releases/3.2/LICENSE.TXT vs. ...

    http://llvm.org/releases/3.2/LICENSE.TXT

    vs.

    http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/buy
  19. GPL vs. BSD licence wars... i think

    GPL vs. BSD licence wars... i think
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    FreeBSD 9.1 RELEASE was released 7 days ago... ...

    FreeBSD 9.1 RELEASE was released 7 days ago...

    http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base/release/9.1.0/

    There is always a little time between the RELEASE and the RELEASE announcement...
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