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  • #21
    Originally posted by Brisse View Post

    Debian is in a feature freeze pending the release of Buster so it will be months until we get Freesync. Even though I'm using the rolling "Sid/Unstable", it's clear that it's not really rolling currently
    Yeah, I don't expect it there. Should've added a sarcasm tag .

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    • #22
      Originally posted by Brisse View Post

      Debian is in a feature freeze pending the release of Buster so it will be months until we get Freesync. Even though I'm using the rolling "Sid/Unstable", it's clear that it's not really rolling currently
      The Padoka ppa mesa master git cosmic version works with Debian Buster/Sid. It is next year when the radv freesync support lands to the mesa master. They have a summer vacation soon and after that more stadia and chromebook optimizing.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
        The class is gnome-shell and options are class attributes.
        That's a XML config file for an application.

        Gnome-shell is an application, and options in that config file are its runtime configuration.

        If you want to talk about object oriented programming you need to look at source code of the application, not to its configuration files.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
          That's a XML config file for an application.

          Gnome-shell is an application, and options in that config file are its runtime configuration.

          If you want to talk about object oriented programming you need to look at source code of the application, not to its configuration files.
          When you read the xml file in to the application you use classes and attributes definitely.
          https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/...il/xmlconfig.h


          Code:
          /** \brief Information about an option */
          typedef struct driOptionInfo {
              char *name;             /**< \brief Name */
              driOptionType type;     /**< \brief Type */
              driOptionRange *ranges; /**< \brief Array of ranges */
              unsigned int nRanges;   /**< \brief Number of ranges */
          } driOptionInfo;

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          • #25
            Originally posted by debianxfce View Post

            When you read the xml file in to the application you use classes and attributes definitely.
            https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/mesa/...il/xmlconfig.h


            Code:
            /** \brief Information about an option */
            typedef struct driOptionInfo {
            char *name; /**< \brief Name */
            driOptionType type; /**< \brief Type */
            driOptionRange *ranges; /**< \brief Array of ranges */
            unsigned int nRanges; /**< \brief Number of ranges */
            } driOptionInfo;
            It's a fucking struct, you unwashed savage.

            A Structure, not a "Class". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Struct...mming_language)

            Also that is C, which is NOT an object-oriented language, there are no classes and attributes in C, period.

            Why all the times you make statement's it's always 200% nonsense bullshit?

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            • #26
              You use the primitive to implement the object, starship. Don't be stupid.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by abott View Post
                You use the primitive to implement the object, starship. Don't be stupid.
                show me where that object is instantiated in the rest of gnome-shell code. Because I'm seeing only functional programming there. No OO.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by starshipeleven View Post
                  you unwashed savage.
                  (...)

                  Why all the times you make statement's it's always 200% nonsense bullshit?
                  How dare you talk like that to our Overlord Savior Know-it-all Omnigod DebianXFCE?

                  Can't you see that he is trying to illuminate us with all of his unlimited transcending knowledge about the universe!?

                  We all should pray for the time when he will be the sole developer of all linux and rename the whole universe to praise his name, knowledge and the only truth that exists in the universe:
                  Debian + XFCE + 1KHz kernel = GODNESS

                  /sarcasm

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                  • #29
                    Don't you forget the amd-wip kernel branch. Despite of its name, it's "complete", while mainline kernel is not.

                    Well, let's hope he doesn't impact Bas' mood much...

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by debianxfce View Post
                      I have been thinking to move to use win10
                      Oh, please!

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