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Facebook continues pushing forward its HipHop Virtual Machine (HHVM) as a viable alternative to the upstream PHP interpreter and it continues running a heck of a lot faster.
7 February 2014 - Facebook HHVM - 2 Comments
The latest major update to the GNU Debugger is now available for developers of Ada, C, C++, Objective-C, and other languages.
6 February 2014 - GDB 7.7 - 4 Comments
ReactOS, the open-source operating system project aspiring for Windows API compatibility and binary compatibility with Windows drivers and applications, is out with a new release after nearly one year of development.
6 February 2014 - ReactOS 0.3.16 - 17 Comments
Movit is the Modern Video Toolkit and aims to provide an open-source library with high-quality video filters running on the GPU.
5 February 2014 - Movit
Version 0.9 of the Portable Computing Language (POCL) is now available as an open-source implementation of OpenCL 1.2.
3 February 2014 - POCL 0.9 - 7 Comments
There's a major new release out today of OpenSSH.
30 January 2014 - OpenSSH 6.5 - 6 Comments
The Lightworks professional non-linear video editing software that finally made it to Linux last year has seen a major update this week with the arrival of Lightworks 11.5.
30 January 2014 - Video Editor - 6 Comments
The first release candidate to the upcoming Git 1.9 revision control system is now available and with this major update comes a few new features.
27 January 2014 - Git 1.9 RC1
FOSDEM 2014 is this coming weekend in Brussels. FOSDEM is one of my favorite open-source / Linux events in the world -- as is also a favorite by many others -- with a plethora of interesting content ranging from end-user talks to low-level technical discussions.
27 January 2014 - FOSDEM '14 - 11 Comments
Just a matter of weeks after the lead Btrfs file-system developers joined Facebook after leaving the Fusion-io data storage company, another key Linux kernel developer has left his post at Fusion-io to join the social network company.
24 January 2014 - Facebook File-System?
The first pre release candidate to Git 1.9 is now available. This next major update to the Git revision control system brings various changes.
22 January 2014 - Git 1.9
The Khronos Group announced this morning their SPIR 1.2 specification for portable encoding of OpenCL programs with their IR based upon LLVM.
21 January 2014 - SPIR 1.2 - 1 Comment
CGIT 0.10 has been released and it's a rather exciting and major update for just being a web-based Git viewer.
17 January 2014 - CGIT 0.10
Last year the OpenShot open-source video editor project had a very successful Kickstarter campaign where they more than doubled their goal and raised $45k USD to work on "award-winning video editing for all", cross-platform support, and a host of new features. OpenShot went rather quiet recently, but there's now new updates on the project.
13 January 2014 - OpenShot 2.0 Video Editor - 2 Comments
With the Linux.Conf.Au 2014 conference having wrapped up, here's some of the video recordings that I'd recommend worth watching as Phoronix readers.
12 January 2014 - LCA 2014 - 7 Comments
Just shy of three months since the Apple-controlled open-source CUPS print server shipped their big 1.7.0 release, the 1.7.1 point release is now available.
9 January 2014 - CUPS Print Server - 1 Comment
After two and a half years of development the libssh 0.6.0 library has finally seen the light of day. The wait should be very worthwhile.
8 January 2014 - libssh 0.6.0 - 1 Comment
Yesterday Phoronix was the first to widely report on the news this week that Cairo is being looked at for a potential 2D drawing C++ standard. It's still being evaluated by the ISO C++ standards committee but it's an interesting topic and already drew lots of feedback. Now Miguel de Icaza of Mono fame has chimed in on the matter.
4 January 2014 - Miguel de Icaza Speaks - 111 Comments
The C++ standards committee is looking at adopting a Cairo C++ interface as part of a future revision to the ISO C++ standard to provide 2D drawing.
3 January 2014 - Cairo C++ - 109 Comments
Some days ago there was an update released to VideoLAN's libbluray Blu-ray library that began supporting BD-J Java and other new functionality. Making news now is another but separate open-source Blu-ray news.
2 January 2014 - libdbplus - 42 Comments
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