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    some temporary updates on the "hint" test with...

    some temporary updates on the "hint" test with -O3 optimization flag. My poor computer is however very slow in these tests

    FLOAT:
    owcc: 29431983.16
    gcc: 82335706.39

    so GCC some 3-4 X...
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    Testing OpenWatcom

    Hi all. I have been playing around with the OpenWatcom (V2-fork) compiler lately and it is pretty cool (especially as a multi-target cross compiler, see for example:...
  3. I have noticed a similar strange thing on my...

    I have noticed a similar strange thing on my android-based samsung smart TV that can take FAT formatted usb sticks but not ext4 ones.

    In fact, I was hoping that the industry would move in the...
  4. I am generally a bit suspicious about the whole...

    I am generally a bit suspicious about the whole "let's get as much of the OS as possible into systemd" which feels a bit anti-unix, but for this particular feature it does indeed make sense.
  5. As a logical extension of DDEKit, the GenodeOS...

    As a logical extension of DDEKit, the GenodeOS guys are thinking about microkernelization of Linux (arguably, something similar has already happened with NetBSD and Rump)
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    Personally I like the idea of a system with...

    Personally I like the idea of a system with interchangeable parts and where there are several independently developed variants of just about every component. This requires that communications between...
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    I have not noticed any issues and I believe that...

    I have not noticed any issues and I believe that is has been tested by far more Arch users than me since it is in the Arch wiki how to do it:

    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dash

    Looking...
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    I recently switched my /bin/sh to dash on Arch....

    I recently switched my /bin/sh to dash on Arch. As user shell I use zsh, but bash still needs to be installed because many packages need it. I was also considering mksh which is the most used linux...
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    it is starting to get really tempting... but still scary

    I read the "porting coreboot" on the laptop instructions on the coreboot page. Got an asus laptop with an AMD E450 APU. I am really tempted to go through if the various components on my motherboard...
  10. I would love to switch to Calligra too (got it...

    I would love to switch to Calligra too (got it installed, but am forced to run LibreOffice and MS office under Wine for now - collaborative writing at work makes it hard to use anything else...
  11. I made the switches firefox --> chromium -->...

    I made the switches firefox --> chromium --> rekonq (and at rare occasions the CLI browser links)

    I have aimed to try to switch from rekonq + dolphin to Konqueror, but even in webkit mode it does...
  12. I also look forward to this release since it will...

    I also look forward to this release since it will greatly improve the rekonq browser
  13. https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Windows/F...

    https://techbase.kde.org/Projects/KDE_on_Windows/FAQ#How_to_replace_windows_explorer_as_shell.3F


    But I agree the apps are the important stuff, although the interest / popularity of alternative...
  14. Very nice if they can get Windows support working...

    Very nice if they can get Windows support working well. I would love to install KDE on those Windows 8 machines where I have now put "classic shell" or similar crutches for people who are unable /...
  15. Tried the openwatcom v2 fork?

    Tried the openwatcom v2 fork?
  16. distributed hosting

    Apart fom all the anti-west posts here, one idea that actually makes sense is the distributed hosting idea via the Tor network or similar. This "darknet github" might not be as fast as a traditional...
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    Sorry for my ignorance, but I recently read about...

    Sorry for my ignorance, but I recently read about Ogre-Qt bindings. Would those be useful in this context?

    http://www.ogre3d.org/tikiwiki/QtOgre
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    So go ahead and do that then ... or are you...

    So go ahead and do that then ... or are you paying Marek for his work?
  19. and next...?

    I am curious what the developes will do once LLVMLinux enters maintenance mode (all needed patches upstream and LLVM officially supported). I know that one of the earlier LLVM porters later tried...
  20. Most likely the suckless people do not favour...

    Most likely the suckless people do not favour Clang or newer versions of gcc, since they are based on C++. Since lots of them admire Plan9, I guess kencc would be the best.
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