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    if this was any other tech site I might agree...

    if this was any other tech site I might agree with you, but this is phoronix which means it's a good habit to at least scan through the source material when it's linked in the article in an...
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    You did read the linked blog entry yes? it...

    You did read the linked blog entry yes? it specifically says
  3. If you're going to do that it should be the size...

    If you're going to do that it should be the size of the upper limit of RAM that the system can handle that way you don't break hibernation when the user decides to upgrade his RAM, which will also...
  4. Quite possible ...

    Quite possible
    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=gcc_47_optimizations&num=1

    on GCC 4.7 O0 vs O3 doubles the performance, march=native will be more dependent upon the software...
  5. Actually yes, yes the involved GCC flags would,...

    Actually yes, yes the involved GCC flags would, why? well first off because march=native means that the binary itself is tuned towards the architecture it's running on, allowing things like SIMD...
  6. Well C++ ingrained it into me hard to never ever...

    Well C++ ingrained it into me hard to never ever use arrays directly anyway, and to always use containers, and as a result I don't use arrays in C# either, particularly as I don't really have a use...
  7. Whoops looks like that's bytes inside a...

    Whoops looks like that's bytes inside a compressed gzip archive of stripped source code files not lines, which makes it even more of a wash.
  8. So I decided to look at this...

    So I decided to look at this
    http://benchmarksgame.alioth.debian.org/u64q/benchmark.php?test=all&lang=csharp&lang2=scala&data=u64q

    And it's essentially a wash for these microbenchmarks in terms...
  9. I could but I don't see why I would bother doing...

    I could but I don't see why I would bother doing so, I may not lose anything but I don't really see any useful gain from it either. I mean any checking or whatever I'm going to do is already going...
  10. No, Michael is not german, he's an American...

    No, Michael is not german, he's an American obsessed with Baverian culture.
  11. Backing variables, and other private variables...

    Backing variables, and other private variables that act as implementation details have no purpose being properties, if you can get rid of backing variables as a language necessity then using...
  12. Most of my information comes from...

    Most of my information comes from http://lists.kde.org/?l=kde-bindings&r=1&w=2 along with what I observe going on in ddobrev's github,

    you can see from...
  13. Kinda, the Qyoto developer documentation is not...

    Kinda, the Qyoto developer documentation is not really up to date with the current state of Qyoto's codebase (I toyed with using Qyoto for things for a while but eventually just gave up on it) and...
  14. You're welcome, to be honest I'm rather hyped...

    You're welcome, to be honest I'm rather hyped about the idea of being able to use QML and QtQuickControls with C#, (on top of the rest of the Qt goodies) because it will finally make writing desktop...
  15. To Expand upon this let's examine a very easy...

    To Expand upon this let's examine a very easy example: memberwise equality.



    public static bool override operator==(obj A, obj B)
    {
    if(A.prop1 == b.prop1 &&
    A.prop2 == b.prop2 &&...
  16. Actually variables and properties are not...

    Actually variables and properties are not redundant and only overlap in the sense that a property contains a variable and by doing so can hold a value. A property is a trait of an object whereas a...
  17. Okay, I've seen Qyoto mentioned a few times now...

    Okay, I've seen Qyoto mentioned a few times now and perhaps because it didn't make phoronix news they're missing that Qyoto is dead and QtSharp is it's successor. Back when Xamarin first announced...
  18. Not sure I intend to play it but awesome, I...

    Not sure I intend to play it but awesome, I seriously don't understand why more mods aren't open source, or as a general principle for that matter why you would give away software totally for free as...
  19. My guess would be that it ran an OCR algorithm on...

    My guess would be that it ran an OCR algorithm on the text and then did a search on the result it may also have scanned the QR code itself and indexed it as part of it's web crawling process, and...
  20. No, "Stubs Out" is the right term. It's a...

    No, "Stubs Out" is the right term. It's a programming term which basically means create the bare minimum required to actually make a set of functions compile while not implementing the actual...
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