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  1. Well Qt does use futex(2) for the Linux...

    Well Qt does use futex(2) for the Linux implementation of QMutex, so it definitely uses Linux-specific API and not just POSIX.
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    The Qt JS engine will probably lose, but that is...

    The Qt JS engine will probably lose, but that is because it is designed to optimize the QML stuff. Javascript is only a small part of most of the .qml files.
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    I don't get the rationale behind that change, the...

    I don't get the rationale behind that change, the wiki just shows some mobile OS images. Why would anyone want to disable middle click paste for desktop? GTK is getting worse and worse...
  4. Where does it say that it is backwards...

    Where does it say that it is backwards incompatible?
    Why should they remove symbols?
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    I doubt mir will win, since IMO it is pretty much...

    I doubt mir will win, since IMO it is pretty much impossible for 5 or so developers with no prior experience in that field to write something that actually works...
    Also Wayland is backed by Intel...
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    Qt is just so much better than GTK. Every commit...

    Qt is just so much better than GTK. Every commit gets reviewed and they have a decent CI system.
    Makes sense to choose it.
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    It is not so much about reduced RAM usage. The...

    It is not so much about reduced RAM usage. The important point is that with smaller pointers you can fit more into the CPU caches.
    The biggest slowdown is usually cache misses, and those could be...
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    JNI only adds a few clock cycles to every call....

    JNI only adds a few clock cycles to every call. On my machine it was like 5-10 nanoseconds.
    So if your function call takes 1millisecond without JNI, it will take 1,000005 milliseconds with JNI.
    IMO...
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    I hope CS:GO will be available for Linux soon

    I hope CS:GO will be available for Linux soon
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    I guess they just want to make it easy to run...

    I guess they just want to make it easy to run some scripts directly from applications (i.e. letting the user configure something).

    And btw what a fantastic name... A Java based JS engine called...
  11. 135 entry points doesn't mean much, what if one...

    135 entry points doesn't mean much, what if one of them is like ioctl(2)
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    This is the worst "article" I have ever read on...

    This is the worst "article" I have ever read on Phoronix. Micheal's articles may not be the best, but at least they contain useful information, this here is just pure ****
    Clearly the author has no...
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    Only ONE developer maintaining GTK, no one for...

    Only ONE developer maintaining GTK, no one for GLib. No way I will use those libraries for any of my future projects

    Luckily Qt has every code change reviewed an a proper continuous integrations...
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    I don't think it is possible without ugly hacks....

    I don't think it is possible without ugly hacks. AFAIK Qt only reports that key as a modifier and therefore it cannot be used as a hotkey. Maybe if you mess with raw X and somehow make sure you don't...
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    Yeah, properly working Alt-Tab would be really...

    Yeah, properly working Alt-Tab would be really nice.
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    Just use clang while developing and compile the...

    Just use clang while developing and compile the final executable with GCC, you get the best of both worlds.
    clangs error messages are just so much better that I always use it.
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    Good to see they can choose good beer ;)...

    Good to see they can choose good beer ;) Zirndorfer is pretty much the best value for money you can find in Franconia
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    1. I use both VS as well as Eclipse at work and...

    1. I use both VS as well as Eclipse at work and in my Opinion Eclipse (for Java) is much better than VS for C#. Ctrl+Space has worked perfectly in Eclipse for ages...

    2. C# is okay as a language...
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    x32 for the kernel does not exist, this is just...

    x32 for the kernel does not exist, this is just for userspace. You need a x86_64 kernel for it.
    There will not be much need for x86_64 programs (except for e.g. big databases) since most...
  20. It's only 50 Kilometers from real Bavaria, but...

    It's only 50 Kilometers from real Bavaria, but you won't see anybody wearing them in the whole of Franconia.
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