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  1. The two completion engines I am aware of (which...

    The two completion engines I am aware of (which at least get widely used) are Neocomplete (https://github.com/Shougo/neocomplete.vim) and YouCompleteMe (YCM -...
  2. Yes, definitely intersting (but not really new as...

    Yes, definitely intersting (but not really new as Michael suggested... have it on my radar since quite some time).
    There is one downside: It needs to compile the file. And it does so while you type....
  3. Huh? Where did you read that? The only "allow for...

    Huh? Where did you read that? The only "allow for closed source projects"-reference I could find is ThreadWaver. It's a (quite) old lib developed by KDE to ease development of multithreaded...
  4. Inkscape always was written in C++, so this news...

    Inkscape always was written in C++, so this news item has to mean something different. Journalists should find out such things ;)
    And the linked inkscape page just says "C++ code conversion" which...
  5. Do some read on D and then come back. Just have...

    Do some read on D and then come back.
    Just have a look at the syntax, especially templates are way more readable (less noise). Freaking awesome are compile time string operations (builtin), pair it...
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    Then have another look: those projects are stored...

    Then have another look: those projects are stored under the category "archive" which means "outdated, stays for historical reasons". Plus some bindings and apps. Bindings usually get auto-generated....
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    @blackiwid Probably missing snappiness is caused...

    @blackiwid
    Probably missing snappiness is caused by bad vsync? I think I remember sluggish scrolling before I started using compton.
    Concerning the rest of your points:
    Yes, lua isn't lisp. And...
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    That won't work AFAIK. WM and Compositor are...

    That won't work AFAIK. WM and Compositor are built into gnome-shell, so it's not possible to replace them with somthing else/better.

    Concerning tiling WM: I am using awesome wm. You basicay have...
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    No, that's not true, at least for journald. You...

    No, that's not true, at least for journald. You can't turn it off. AFAIR you even couldn't in the past. Journald only passed logs over to your system logger. But journald always had to run. That's...
  10. And like in many other stories he publishes he...

    And like in many other stories he publishes he tried to publish quickly resulting in errors:
    compton is a compositor not a window manager as Michael claims. I first thought the error was on the...
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    Yes, and that's what you were told in the bug...

    Yes, and that's what you were told in the bug report: slight hinting only will hint vertical which is not intended for GUI. Just enable full hinting will most likely fix your issue.
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    Yes, of course. Reading and trying to understand...

    Yes, of course. Reading and trying to understand the C++ standard document needs interpretation. Interpretation makes use of a personal opinion. The more a document lacks concrete advices the more...
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    I don't believe the wordings they use in their...

    I don't believe the wordings they use in their docs. "Extension" imho adds features that are part of the core language definition of other programming languages like properties.i
    Just a quote that...
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    "Bare minimum" in term of rules - again the...

    "Bare minimum" in term of rules - again the standard does not know any tools. And the standard is not a law where you can read what is allowed or disallowed. As I already said: Out of scope means the...
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    "out of scope" means "the standard does not care...

    "out of scope" means "the standard does not care about it" and anything te standard does not care about explicitely is not forbidden, so allowed. The standard doesn't care about code generators, so...
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    Yes, they need to be part of the standard,...

    Yes, they need to be part of the standard, because macros, templates etc. are part of the language specification, there needs to be a definition how they need to be handled so that compiler writers...
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    You have to understand that "the c++ standard" is...

    You have to understand that "the c++ standard" is a manual for people "implementing C++" - Those freaks writing GCC/binutils/LLVM/CLANG. The definition of the language is more or less a by-product....
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    Not forbidden by the standard = left to...

    Not forbidden by the standard = left to implementers ;) The C++ ISO/IEC standard does not know anything like a "default tool chain", that was my point. It knows/defines "translation unit", "linkage"...
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    The C++ standard describes how to implement the...

    The C++ standard describes how to implement the standard (which also describes the language, of course). According to the C++ stadard, a program exists of one or more translation units (which MAY be...
  20. And finally - Honton and every single post of him...

    And finally - Honton and every single post of him (even the infamous "Gnome kills KDE" Thread) got removed. Phoronix get's usable, again. Thx alot!
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