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  1. +1 .. although i have to say ASP.NET MVC is much...

    +1 .. although i have to say ASP.NET MVC is much better then ASP.NET (Web) .. haven't looked at vNext in detail yet.
  2. You know .. memory management != garbage...

    You know .. memory management != garbage collection.

    What C++ (not C) has over C#/Java/etc is reliant, automatic and deterministic memory- (even better, resource-) management. No shitty garbage...
  3. The article is about OpenGL not Linux. Intel has...

    The article is about OpenGL not Linux. Intel has a separate team for windows and linux, therefore 2 drivers.
  4. Yes he is right ... and the article is not just...

    Yes he is right ... and the article is not just about linux, B's driver is buggy as hell in windows too.
    And good luck reporting a bug to the support forums .. lol .. the only good thing they have...
  5. Heap allocation for all the simple data types??...

    Heap allocation for all the simple data types?? Matrix i get, but the rest is weird (for reference, the size of point2d is the same as a pointer on 64bit).

    How can this everr be fast? All the...
  6. After i tried systemd i didn't want to go back...

    After i tried systemd i didn't want to go back ... nothing changed in this regard.

    But primarily i was loosing trust in the developers. Having a unstable system because of package maintainers...
  7. for the off chance you are not trolling: i...

    for the off chance you are not trolling:

    i don't know why you think grep would suddenly stop working.

    Next to the possibility of filtering specific fields (which you cannot do reliably in a...
  8. One of the reasons i ditched Gentoo. After having...

    One of the reasons i ditched Gentoo. After having a stable and nice system with systemd when the udev merge came, the fighting between the systemd and udev maintainer started and the build broke...
  9. So let me get this straight ... the root of the...

    So let me get this straight ... the root of the problem, to verbose logging in debug, was fixed in -git a long time ago (David)

    The rest of the bug report is just nonsense because:
    1) debug is...
  10. Thats very nice to hear. Does this also mean you...

    Thats very nice to hear. Does this also mean you could use both drivers in parallel? Like use mesa for normal desktop and catalyst for games?
    Also .. glamor on catalyst (kms + opengl) .. no more...
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    So, providing new features that a lot of projects...

    So, providing new features that a lot of projects want to use is a bad thing now? Hell, they even provide stable dbus interfaces for most things to be easily replaceable.

    btw, i love your logic:...
  12. so, there are currently 2 copies involved?...

    so, there are currently 2 copies involved? because ...

    A) xwayland currently does not handle unredirect and ...
    B) mutter-wayland does not currently optimize for fullscreen (change scanout buffer...
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    Oh, nice .. thx for your work. I'm wondering how...

    Oh, nice .. thx for your work. I'm wondering how it affects cpu load .. so it wouldn't be that bad if its 2x slower than cpu rendering if the cpu is free to do other stuff. 2D rendering is mostly...
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    Doesn't SNA work under the assumption that it has...

    Doesn't SNA work under the assumption that it has an integrated gfx card with shared memory? If yes, these numbers don't say much in the dedicated gfx card world.
    Are there benchmarks comparing...
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    As the point of XMir and XWayland is to provide a...

    As the point of XMir and XWayland is to provide a compability fallback for X apps under Mir/Wayland i would say NO XMir is absolutely USELESS in this regard while XWayland has bugs but kinda works.
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    Did you read the text you quoted? there's nothing...

    Did you read the text you quoted? there's nothing persistent about it. Just because you access it as a file does not mean it has to be persisted on disk. Also, in my last sentence i was agreeing that...
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    Why not write the data to a file then? You could...

    Why not write the data to a file then? You could even use the new tmpfile facility (forgot the name) where the file is not visible outside of your process (and gets cleaned up as soon as the process...
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    mmap()

    hmm .. as this can only be used with static or regenerateable data, whats the benefit over using a mmap()'ed file (readonly) and let the kernel cache do the magic?
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