Type: Posts; User: Marc Driftmeyer; Keyword(s):
Pretty much KDE 3 and 4 are chalk full of butt ugly UI decisions.
In order for Apple to expand Swift which is part of LLVM/Clang it must become a ISO standard. Swift 1.1 was just released with XCode 6.1. It is still being flushed out.
Just take a look at this...
Apple will be making it available, once it's mature. These efforts are a waste of time.
Wow, looking at the pricing page I'm smiling more for the Mac Mini.
Not hard to find.
Just to rub salt into a wound about misreading directions regarding Apple:
This discussion on improving memory footprint and...
FWIW: Bill Wendling DOES NOT WORK AT APPLE. He's been working at Google for over a year.
Not hard to find this information on LinkedIn.
What a crock of crap. Apple is proposing a unified LLVM Shared library structure to free up WebKit, iOS, OS X and anyone else wanting to use this to stop having such a huge infrastructure of...
Desperation in your views does not make your statement against BSD Ports or Mac Ports factual.
If people are a little slow on the uptake they should realize that AMD has been restructuring their leadership and focus by individuals who learned well from Apple, by working at Apple.
There is a...
C14 is still in a Working Draft status.
The core foundation of HSA is OpenCL and AMD's abstractions above the C/C++ OpenCL Kernels.
You can look at their projects here: https://github.com/HSAFoundation
Yes and this test suite sure as hell isn't OpenCL 1.2 never mind OpenCL 2.0. But compiling these results with OpenMP enabled is asinine.
The non-OpenMP test is land locked at OpenCL 1.1.
Why in the hell are you compiling OpenCL tests with OpenMP enabled?
What standard of C is the recommended standard for the Linux Kernel? C99, C03? I know C11 won't be introduced for a while.
If Linux implemented C11:...
It's even easier if the guy had cut a rectangle center of stud to stud. If he had cut it properly and mounted drywall screws into the studs, then the...