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  1. Well I am QtWebKit developer, just linking QtBase...

    Well I am QtWebKit developer, just linking QtBase with LTO takes about half an hour, and I have never succesfully managed to link QtWebKit with it. Compared to normally being able to build all of...
  2. LTO is often impossible or impractical on large...

    LTO is often impossible or impractical on large projects, and if the code is fairly well designed it doesn't gain much.
  3. Apparently though, this is just XRandR metadata...

    Apparently though, this is just XRandR metadata for GNOME, so they can handle cheap DP1.2 4k monitors that are actually just upgraded DP1.1 4k monitors and acts as two screen confusing GNOME into...
  4. AFAIK If you have a DisplayPort 1.0 or 1.1 it...

    AFAIK If you have a DisplayPort 1.0 or 1.1 it will be limited to 30Hz, unless you use a trick with using two DisplayPorts and two cables, if you have 1.2 you can do multiple connections on the same...
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    Yeah. But while I think Qt3D looks awesome I...

    Yeah. But while I think Qt3D looks awesome I still don't see that many practical usecases, and the articles from KDAB actually seems to target light-weight game development.
  6. It doesn't matter. It is not like the story is...

    It doesn't matter. It is not like the story is coherent or makes any kind of sense, it is just a string of events that each on their own kind of makes sense, so playing it like this might actually...
  7. My god, it is like HTML! As a webengine developer...

    My god, it is like HTML! As a webengine developer I suddenly sympathise with OpenGL driver developers.
  8. Using a syscall fuzzer, so making random...

    Using a syscall fuzzer, so making random nonsensical system-calls in fast succesion just in an attempt to expose bugs.
  9. If it is anything like the rest of Wayland:...

    If it is anything like the rest of Wayland: Never. They will just claim the missing feature are out of scope and something someone else should do, and wonder why no one are using them yet.
  10. I suspect they survey over time steam has been...

    I suspect they survey over time steam has been installed, not how long you are on steam. I spend 10x to 100x more time on steam on Linux than on Windows, but has been surveyed 3 times on windows and...
  11. No Intel just has another name for it.

    No Intel just has another name for it.
  12. I don't know any applications that minimize...

    I don't know any applications that minimize themselves. It is usually a button in window decoration or in the taskbar menu, in both cases something the compositor would tell the application to do.
  13. You are wrong. Going off screen just like...

    You are wrong. Going off screen just like minimize is very much an application action. It is requested by the "compositor"(sic), but it still informs the application and often makes specific demands...
  14. That is nonsense. On touch based device minimize...

    That is nonsense. On touch based device minimize is called not on screen, and is very central concept to all major touch based operating systems
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    AVX2 has been supported since 4.8

    AVX2 has been supported since 4.8
  16. How hard can it be? It is basically just a mod...

    How hard can it be? It is basically just a mod for Civ5! Why are they starting over from scratch instead of just importing the new resources?
  17. The various studies are a bit muddied, but as I...

    The various studies are a bit muddied, but as I have gathered it, we see around 200 frames per second but can automatically synthesize up to 9 of 10 missing frame if we get less, and each frame seen...
  18. Well, to be fair Apple was VERY proud of being...

    Well, to be fair Apple was VERY proud of being able to beat the 10 year old abused zombie version of gcc they themselves had created and artificially kept "alive".
  19. That would be a good idea. Most kernels are...

    That would be a good idea. Most kernels are written in C++, only Linux isn't because when they tried they went overboard with really silly stuff that made no sense, but concluded that it was C++ that...
  20. I am pretty sure Apple Retinas have have HiDPI...

    I am pretty sure Apple Retinas have have HiDPI support in Qt for a long time. The news is for Windows and Linux.

    Note Qt 5.4 has two different ways of supporting HiDPI. First, widget styles now...
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