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  1. [QUOTE=Daktyl198;361370]Okay, let me rephrase...

    [QUOTE=Daktyl198;361370]Okay, let me rephrase that:
    SHM and DRI2 (which are the only two that are used anymore) don't work over a network.
    Thus, X.org is "Network capable" but not "Network...
  2. You can do asynchronous mirroring using DRBD over...

    You can do asynchronous mirroring using DRBD over tcp/ip, either localy within the same machine (ex: from SSD to SSD, or SSD to HDD) or to an other machine. Linus just would get out and get a new SSD...
  3. Intel is already supporting X11 and Wayland....

    Intel is already supporting X11 and Wayland. Having developers on staff cost money so one has to focus on a few important key projects. You simply can not support everyone's pet project out there.
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    Bogus benchmark

    Then doing a comparison of different compilers against each other one should use the highest optimiztion level each offers and specify the CPU-architecture.

    What you do want to know is which...
  5. Nonsense

    Nonsense I say.

    - C++: static analyzers
    - code re-formatters,
    - syntax highlighters

    These functions should be done by a separate standalone tool for each task, that is the UNIX/POSIX way of...
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    As I understand he is not fork()ing anything....

    As I understand he is not fork()ing anything. Binaries are linked into the running server process using dlopen().

    Being a C guy I did some evaluation of G-Wan, iirc asynchronous event-driven...
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    Do not like it and belive it is a bad decision,...

    Do not like it and belive it is a bad decision, C++ as a language sucks. More inefficient and bloated than C. Easier to to cause memory leaks and memory corruption. etc.

    C is an elegant and...
  8. Thanks for the benchmark, interesting with the...

    Thanks for the benchmark, interesting with the Stream tests.

    I do think it is a compiler issue, I believe if proper optimizations are done the Zambezi is in par with the Sandy Bridge in speed (and...
  9. Benchmark using Open64

    I would love to see a run of the benchmark suite using AMD reference compiler Open64 (a forked version of GCC with features from SGI's MipsPro).

    It's free and open source just like GCC. Available...
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    Take these tests by X-bit labs, Anandtech, etc...

    Take these tests by X-bit labs, Anandtech, etc with a big grain of salt.

    Most of these tools used for testing (Sisandra, various games, etc) are compiled using Intels C/C++ compiler which...
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