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  1. WART is dead. only windows x86 is alive.

    WART is dead. only windows x86 is alive.
  2. nobody is going to recompile headers, are all toy...

    nobody is going to recompile headers, are all toy language fans that stupid ?
    unlikely because it will become slow memory hog, like java
    current state of the art java in android 5 uses ahead of...
  3. https://www.google.com.ua/webhp?sourceid=chrome-in...

    https://www.google.com.ua/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=how+to+debug+systemd
    you still can't understand that systemd allows you run and edit shell scripts. it just doesn't...
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    btw, isn't it funny that as soon, as you try to...

    btw, isn't it funny that as soon, as you try to make fast python program, it turns out uglier than c++
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    you are really stupid. c++ makes heavy use of the...

    you are really stupid. c++ makes heavy use of the best of C and Fortran math libraries so it is close to Fortran performance(which is not 'much faster'. and plain c, being almost strict subset, is...
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    of course it does

    of course it does
  7. there is zero difference from pov of file...

    there is zero difference from pov of file corruption.it seems you do not understand

    indexed text db is not important. important is indexing, because grep is slow and unreliable. all indexed dbs...
  8. do you realise, that you messages are not very...

    do you realise, that you messages are not very polite ? so you shouldn't teach other people politeness, and speak to the mirror instead. i answer politely when ppl ask politely. when ppl say "you are...
  9. lol moron you reiterated my words to me and...

    lol moron you reiterated my words to me and didn't understand it
    systemd has dependency tree
    upstart has event tree, which is backwards

    for example. you have two units A and B, both requiring...
  10. man you just dumb as shit it is not incomplete...

    man you just dumb as shit
    it is not incomplete documentation, it is you have too small brain to understand it.
    socket activation works because it is possible to start both client and server in...
  11. 1,2,3 unixes had binary gzipped logs for eternity...

    1,2,3 unixes had binary gzipped logs for eternity and somehow nobody cared
    4. please name one unix which proved indexed databases in text files
    0. JOURNALD CAN EXPORT TO SYSLOG FFS
  12. you, like average dumbass systemd hater, got it...

    you, like average dumbass systemd hater, got it wrong
    systemd resolves dependencies and starts the leaves in parallel.
    upstart has backwards depenencies i.e. when some event happens it does...
  13. i'd say it is binary because it is an indexed...

    i'd say it is binary because it is an indexed database and no bearded linux moron cries about binary postgres/mysql/etc files
  14. i wouldn't be so abrasive to...

    i wouldn't be so abrasive to "bearded_linux_admin" who got enough brains to read the fucking manual before whining in public on topics settled few years ago
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    1. you can't be much faster than c++, that is...

    1. you can't be much faster than c++, that is bullshit
    2. c++ is general purpose language, you can do any task in it.
    3. c++ features backward compatibility. nobody is going to rewrite all of their...
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    for all practical purposes cpython is reference...

    for all practical purposes cpython is reference implementation. there is no standard. you can have your reference implementation of "gcc+boost". there can be endless imaginable reasons to do any...
  17. systemd is not a redhat project. stop spreading...

    systemd is not a redhat project. stop spreading bullshit. if in your fantasy world redhad can force other distros, then whining is pointless. they will force gentoo and freebsd anyway. and also they...
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    i think he said he didn't as i already told you...

    i think he said he didn't
    as i already told you if you use this line once you can just break it into several. if you use it often, you can write oneliner wrapper around transformed and function and...
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    first uses hash table but it iterates over it...

    first uses hash table but it iterates over it sequentially. timing is not going to help you because complexity disregards constants. it only shows yo how fast it will be slowed down with input size...
  20. for servers it is even better. hint: gzipped logs...

    for servers it is even better. hint: gzipped logs are binary and journald can export to syslog. how many init choices do you have in freebsd ? btw, systemd is not analogous to sysvinit, it is...
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