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  1. Who cares what Intel thinks? Unless they're...

    Who cares what Intel thinks? Unless they're contributing to the GTK+ development and GNOME I find their comments pointless.

    This is the same Intel that thought it could create its own custom iMac...
  2. How to you go with the term invention on this...

    How to you go with the term invention on this retort? If this is how you grasp the concept of invention, as opposed to introduction, you really are a spazz, or just being spastic for the sake of...
  3. As already stated, those are configuration issues...

    As already stated, those are configuration issues the package maintainers have failed to expand. Inkscape is a classic example. It took two years for them to fix their abysmal build configuration to...
  4. At the very least, you should be benchmarking...

    At the very least, you should be benchmarking against 3.5.1.
  5. That's why they're making improvements to the...

    That's why they're making improvements to the stacks to make it run better on OS X?
  6. I sure don't. I'd prefer GTK+ improve its...

    I sure don't. I'd prefer GTK+ improve its Cocoa/Quartz native support and have a smaller footprint than the pig that Qt11 is in libraryitis.
  7. Inkscape is doing a large amount of C++ code...

    Inkscape is doing a large amount of C++ code refactorization and eventually a C++11 move. It's been reducing the pig of a memory footprint and leaks, but still has a UI that needs a complete...
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    You keep championing D. I'll stick to C11 and...

    You keep championing D. I'll stick to C11 and future updates.
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    That or just use one of the PCIE slots available...

    That or just use one of the PCIE slots available for something like:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820249053

    The boot drive is the SATA SSD Plextor M5 Pro 128 MB:...
  10. wanna bet?

    wanna bet?
  11. LLVM is over 10 years old, and yet Stallman shit...

    LLVM is over 10 years old, and yet Stallman shit the bed one year ago. Perhaps he shit the bed due to the fact he's seeing the GPL being used less and not more?
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    I'm quite pleased running the FX-8350 with 32GB...

    I'm quite pleased running the FX-8350 with 32GB DDR3 1866 on the 990FX Gigabyte UD3 Board.

    Building the entire source tree of LLVM/Clang-Clang Extra/LLDB/Compiler-RT/Test-Suites/LLVM Docs-Unit...
  13. I'm not discussing the FOSS support. The OpenCL...

    I'm not discussing the FOSS support. The OpenCL 2.0 support is in the current AMD stack. Using CodeXL 1.6 and AMD APP SDK 3.0 Beta together the following are OpenCL 2.0 ready:
    ...
  14. Remember now, only GPLv3 designed software gets...

    Remember now, only GPLv3 designed software gets companies to commit their changes to shared code, back to the mainline. /s
  15. AMD has OpenCL 2.0 support and OpenCL 1.2 for AMD...

    AMD has OpenCL 2.0 support and OpenCL 1.2 for AMD 2.0/1.2 certified CPUs/APUs and GPGPUs for Linux already.
  16. Agreed. They will probably be two RC candidates...

    Agreed. They will probably be two RC candidates before a sign-off.
  17. You know this isn't his first rodeo at HP, right?

    You know this isn't his first rodeo at HP, right?
  18. http://openmp.llvm.org/

    http://openmp.llvm.org/
  19. When Nvidia chairs the direction you get what you...

    When Nvidia chairs the direction you get what you get. They have no need to do anything but support DX12 first, and back fill OpenGL.
  20. https://trac.handbrake.fr/roadmap Handbrake...

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/roadmap

    Handbrake 0.10
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