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Wayland is using DRM.
Every company's main care is money, regardless the license.
"Reduced Instruction Set Computing"
I think building crypto algorithm into CPU is very bad, because:
- it requires writing ASM to use them
- algorithms change
- they are quite big
.NET is subplatform in WinRT.
Looks like Microsoft is slowly moving to Google-like business model?
SHA-3 is not standardized yet.
This must be April fools.
HANDLE WINAPI CreateFile(
_In_ LPCTSTR lpFileName,
_In_ DWORD dwDesiredAccess,
_In_ DWORD dwShareMode,
_In_opt_ LPSECURITY_ATTRIBUTES lpSecurityAttributes,
Well, I'm pretty sure glibc is still much bigger.
No, it is size and correctness. It has much cleaner code.
"some faking their user-agent strings"
Hehe. Mine is "Mozilla/5.0 (en)".
At first I was sceptical about Kdbus, but then I realised Linux allready has many bigger and more complex things in kernel.
I prefer microkernel, sadly there is no practically usable open source...
Is it able to restart them automatically, if they crash?
My point is "all" (modern: not DOS) OSes support features required for POSIX.
Win32 API changes every Windows release (yes, it is mostly backward compatible) and documentation is poor. Not to...
Yes and VMS was poorly reinvented UNIX.
posix is quite generic now.
Most modern OSes are unix, except Windows which is "poorly reinvented unix".
You can install "Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications" on Windows, which means Windows has...
I would also say that, but I wanted to be more objective.
Because, POSIX already is IEEE standard and win32 is controlled and used only by Microsoft.