Search:

Type: Posts; User: Plombo; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.12 seconds.

  1. Replies
    33
    Views
    10,816

    Ah, you're probably right. I had forgotten about...

    Ah, you're probably right. I had forgotten about Vadim's compiler.
  2. Replies
    33
    Views
    10,816

    It means worse performance, but better...

    It means worse performance, but better compatibility. And yes, we're talking about Mesa 10.2. Any change to Mesa that isn't a bug fix is assumed to be for the next version.
  3. Replies
    3
    Views
    987

    No, the set of Piglit tests I used wasn't the...

    No, the set of Piglit tests I used wasn't the whole set I should have been using.
  4. Replies
    3
    Views
    987

    Hi, developer here. The patch on the mailing...

    Hi, developer here. The patch on the mailing list is quite broken as it turns out, and there's a significant amount of work to be done to make this functionality actually usable on NV50.
  5. Whoa! What brought this about? It wasn't...

    Whoa! What brought this about? It wasn't exactly expected.

    EDIT: The store page still shows it as Windows-only.
  6. Replies
    115
    Views
    16,678

    It's interesting and rather telling that the...

    It's interesting and rather telling that the Canonical employees in this discussion don't seem to have read Martin's blog post. For example, Robert Ancell says he "has not seen any technical reason"...
  7. Replies
    115
    Views
    16,678

    Having read the entire mailing list thread so...

    Having read the entire mailing list thread so far, the way this will be resolved is inevitable:


    Ubuntu is going to package Wayland in its main repository and support it. There's no way around...
  8. Replies
    6
    Views
    2,733

    It's worth noting that in the KDE Wayland...

    It's worth noting that in the KDE Wayland backend, Weston isn't managing an output from X - it's managing a single output from KWin, which is running as a native Wayland client instead of an X...
  9. Replies
    35
    Views
    8,325

    Nice! Unstable and pre-alpha as it may be, it's...

    Nice! Unstable and pre-alpha as it may be, it's quite cool to run Wayland/Weston for myself. Reading about progress is one thing; actually opening a web browser, watching a YouTube video, and...
  10. Replies
    45
    Views
    5,968

    Not that anything of value would be lost if it...

    Not that anything of value would be lost if it doesn't, though.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_worst_video_games#Postal_III_.28PC.29
  11. This is unexpected, but a great idea and the...

    This is unexpected, but a great idea and the coolest thing I've seen today.
  12. Just to offer yet another fact check, they were...

    Just to offer yet another fact check, they were founded in Mesquite but are now headquatrered in Richardson, another Dallas suburb. :p
  13. It may very well be as taxing - performance isn't...

    It may very well be as taxing - performance isn't what I was referring to. The recency of the features used by an application is one factor affecting its compatibility with different drivers, but by...
  14. There are a handful of those, but my post that...

    There are a handful of those, but my post that you quoted was referring to one specific game - Left 4 Dead 2 - which is D3D-only on Windows.
  15. Can't tell if trolling or serious, but your post...

    Can't tell if trolling or serious, but your post looks serious, so I will reply.

    Either way, almost everything in your post is wrong. DN3D used the Build engine, an entirely different game engine...
  16. Sorry, but...no. First of all, it's safe to...

    Sorry, but...no.

    First of all, it's safe to assume that the Source engine gets a lot more active development than the engine used in Trine 2, whose name I forget, and Source has definitely been...
  17. Not true, because the Windows version uses...

    Not true, because the Windows version uses Direct3D and the Linux version uses OpenGL.
  18. The first to be released was TF2, which was...

    The first to be released was TF2, which was followed (in some order) by Half-Life 1, Counter-Strike, CS:S, DoD:S, and HL2 Deathmatch.
  19. It's worth mentioning that we already have...

    It's worth mentioning that we already have eduke32 for playing Duke Nukem 3D on Linux, both with the original appearance and with enhanced graphics.
  20. I'm not sure what the point would be. Valve...

    I'm not sure what the point would be. Valve already ported all of the original L4D's maps to L4D2, so the first game is quite obsolete now. Valve knows this, players know this.

    I find it more...
Results 1 to 20 of 100
Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4