This. A million times.
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This. A million times.
Geez, you guys are unbelievable. What you're saying is basically "it's so easy to compile something that's already been ported". Call it "properly written code" if you want, that doesn't change the...
You have just demonstrated that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
The reason is that it supports Linux. Or should Phoronix stop the articles about Steam as well?
It's really amusing when Linux fanboys cry about the big evil companies not supporting Linux, but...
Otter is not a fork. At all. Being a fork would mean that Opera is open source as well. It's a wannabe Opera remake, but a poor one actually.
Yeah right, coz open source code auto-ports itself to different architectures. Oh wait, it doesn't, it's ported by... developers.
You mentioned the retina display too few times.
Coz it's so relevant.
Please, grow up. Your article is so childish and pathetic. It just can't be taken seriously. Really.
"I think Windows 8 is mostly a crap wreck", "they got in bed with Microsoft",...
What a surprise...
As usually. Did you believe Ubuntu's doing all the work itself? Hahaha. They are just copymachines for the most part.
Aha, and the only kind of apps that exist in our universe is consumer apps. No business apps. I could give you examples of non-native apps in any area anyway. And the OS is not a too good example,...
Lemme ask a few simple questions:
- Will a faulty program that crashes in the VM work normally if it's native? - no, if it's written badly (i.e. coding error), it will just crash the same way. But...
Are you really complaining about bad performance of managed languages right after a benchmark showing performance gains? VM crashing your app? It's exactly for the opposite purpose! You sound way too...
dear phoronix. would you please stop talking about intel as the savior of meego? they were the ones who screwed it up for nokia, that's why they dropped it!!
you can fork it, but you can't relicense it, so what's the point in forking it?
oh and i forgot to mention that btrfs has been claimed to be "going to kick ass in the future" for years, and still it lacks behind quickly-appeared-and-won ext4.
would you please stop this kind of trolling? guess who licenses software? bingo. those who make/own it.
and zfs is not under satan license, firstly because that doesn't exist, secondly because...
nobody claimed it doesn't affect functions. but:
1) not every car has an OS, believe it or not
2) you still license solaris and buy a car. it's just that your car manufacturer doesn't explicitly...
the difference is, you license solaris express (i.e. you don't own it) but you buy your car.