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  1. Err no! If you are being an ass today what you...

    Err no!

    If you are being an ass today what you did in the past means nothing.

    I'm not sure what you are saying here. However the TC considered the options and voted for the smart choice. ...
  2. It isn't even important for civil rights. The...

    It isn't even important for civil rights. The important thing is to keep the machine working, excessive focus on ones personal views will cause the machine to grind to a halt.
  3. Voicing a minority opinion isn't a problem. ...

    Voicing a minority opinion isn't a problem. What is a problem is not recognizing when your position is hopeless and not up to technical standards of the competition.


    I don't know what the...
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    Probably because moderation often does more harm...

    Probably because moderation often does more harm than good and frankly is a bit un-American. Look at it this way you don't have to read any post from anybody. You don't even need to read this...
  5. I'd love to see some OpenCL benchmarks in a...

    I'd love to see some OpenCL benchmarks in a couple of months when the AMD and Intel stuff firm up in the kernels.
  6. Isn't this a question for the dark table...

    Isn't this a question for the dark table developers.

    That being said I can't imagine that they wouldn't suppirt OpenCL for Intel - eventually. Surprisingly Intels GPUs do really well for...
  7. I'm not sure why people say this. There are...

    I'm not sure why people say this. There are many workstation apps that will ultimate these sorts of CPU's. Any software developer doing large C++ projects would love the fast turn around many...
  8. Another reason to question the value of Ubuntu

    Seriously guys, 32 but hardware was left in the dust ten years ago. Now software does lag but it has be TEN (10) years. Beyond that Ubuntu isn not a embedded distro, as such it needs to be...
  9. That about covers it.

    I don't know of anyway to get around the Intel compiler need at the moment. Usage of the cards is a bit complex anyways as they run their own operating system.

    Or you intend to write that...
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    The most reasonable statement I've seen here!😇😇😇...

    The most reasonable statement I've seen here!😇😇😇

    I see this board and I wish for more RAM and a few I/O ports for embedded usage. That makes the board somewhat disappointing to me. In case...
  11. The thing with OpenCL is that it is supported on...

    The thing with OpenCL is that it is supported on a wide array of hardware. That gives in a distinct advantage over CUDA.

    Actually Intel might have the intent here to drive adoption in high end...
  12. Your assumptions are non sense, I've seen nothing...

    Your assumptions are non sense, I've seen nothing from either camp indicating tuning for benchmarks. In many cases where CLang does loose it is by so little as to not be significant.

    Seriously...
  13. This is the thing, AMD has a lot riding on this,...

    This is the thing, AMD has a lot riding on this, better to get it right. Not that it will be perfect out of the box but the infrastructure needs to be solid.
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    Err NO! What we need is for developers to not...

    Err NO! What we need is for developers to not try to turn a web viewer into a monstrosity that rivals EMACS, Eclipse or an the other massively over sized solutions out there. JavaScript is fine...
  15. They would both be right. In the norm 64 bit...

    They would both be right. In the norm 64 bit is a win for most users. There are pathological cases where 64 bit does slow things down. Most people though are better off wt the 64 bit hardware...
  16. It is extremely rare that you loose performance...

    It is extremely rare that you loose performance on mainstream apps. You might loose performance on software that manipulates lots of small data structures where 32 bit pointers save a lot of space...
  17. Amazing what a few registers and --NEW-- ...

    Amazing what a few registers and --NEW-- features can do for you. Sometimes I think there are too many Luddites in the Linux community. Running in 32 bit mode on 64 bit hardware should have...
  18. The thing that really bothered me here is the...

    The thing that really bothered me here is the request to percolate time stamps up the directory tree. This seems like an exceedingly bad idea to me. If one leaf in a tree updates and the time...
  19. Wow, two pages of massive negativity here! This...

    Wow, two pages of massive negativity here! This is a step in the right direction folks, that should be applauded. Does it solve every PowerVR related issue, no - but it is a start.
  20. It is interesting that GNUStep never generated...

    It is interesting that GNUStep never generated any mind share in the open source world. I'm not sure why either.

    There is a problem with that? Seriously I run all sorts of different apps...
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