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  1. If Valve or anyone else manages to launch a...

    If Valve or anyone else manages to launch a product targeted at gamers that sells multiple million units, support for it will become a mandatory requirement for most AAA developers. It will not...
  2. And yet there are hundreds of native games...

    And yet there are hundreds of native games (OpenGL) as well.
  3. llvm version?

    llvm version?
  4. Not quite. While Singularity developers are...

    Not quite. While Singularity developers are confident that the IL checker is close enough to being bug-free they have major doubts that the native code generated and optimised can still be trusted....
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    Hmm, you're right, Mysql is still the default for...

    Hmm, you're right, Mysql is still the default for desktops, Sqlite is only the default for mobile devices https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/PIM/Akonadi/Database#Backends

    I must have read somewhere...
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    It's up to your distro to allow installing only...

    It's up to your distro to allow installing only the components you want:

    Akonadi - this is the backend for the PIM suite. If you don't want it don't install the KDE-PIM apps
    Nopomuk/Baloo - In...
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    No, he means that unlike the kernel that is GPLv2...

    No, he means that unlike the kernel that is GPLv2 adns is now GPLv3+ and Apple avoids GPLv3 code like a vampire avoids light. And if it's bad for Apple apparently it's also bad for Marc's commercial...
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    I don't have the game (yet), but nobody said it...

    I don't have the game (yet), but nobody said it only has a story mode. Quite the opposite, if they say it has a story mode it must also have other modes as well.
  9. No piece of software is ever bug-free.

    No piece of software is ever bug-free.
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    Tablets with Windows preinstalled are in the...

    Tablets with Windows preinstalled are in the overpriced category by default due to the M$ tax.
  11. This makes me wonder what difference would it...

    This makes me wonder what difference would it make to radeonsi users if they switch from the dedicated X.org driver to the generic one. Would the 3D driver use features like tiling that are controled...
  12. I don't claim this is true for any application,...

    I don't claim this is true for any application, but at least the one I develop uses about 30% extra memory on 64bits vs 32bits.
  13. Do the following operations: create directory A....

    Do the following operations: create directory A. Notice its time stamp.
    Now inside it create directory B. Notice that the timestamp of A changed and is now the same as the one of B.
    Also inside...
  14. He's probably using a blob driver so no KMS.

    He's probably using a blob driver so no KMS.
  15. Not really, the FreeBSD ports are tied to...

    Not really, the FreeBSD ports are tied to FreeBSD. So they needed to be "ported" or "reinvented" to Linux. On the other hand:
  16. This is basicaly reinventing Gentoo Prefix...

    This is basicaly reinventing Gentoo Prefix with a hardcoded ACCEPT_LICENSE="-* @FSF-APPROVED".
  17. Have a look at L4Linux...

    Have a look at L4Linux. In that case can you still consider Linux a kernel? Since the drivers have to be modified to not access the hardware directly but use the L4 api to do so I would say no. It's...
  18. Maybe you don't understand what protected mode...

    Maybe you don't understand what protected mode is. Like you said, whatever# runs in unprotected mode (aka userspace) while the C++ part runs in protected mode (aka kernelspace).
  19. From the link you posted: So there is a...

    From the link you posted:

    So there is a microkernel written in C++ and the whatever# part is strictly userspace. And linux can do that as well to some extent. You can implement a filesystem in...
  20. And they would also allow cooperative...

    And they would also allow cooperative multitasking, all that preemtiveness adds way to much overhead!!!

    Do you have any ideea what you are talking about?
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