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    Quote Originally Posted by V!NCENT View Post
    But anything in between is progress
    True dat

    Also if it can build stuff without requiring any patching of code then that's progress too

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepDayze View Post
    Also if it can build stuff without requiring any patching of code then that's progress too
    Jup Patience too...

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    WRT to LLVM and Linux, at the time that I spoke at the conference, Xen/KVM weren't working, but they're in much better shape now. You can't build a vanilla kernel, yes, but an allmodconfig works. E.g., you could build the default config of, say, the Debian kernel. Source code is available at github.com/lll-project. We're putting together .deb packages, soon, as well.

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    Default LLVMs Clang Now Successfully Builds Qt

    Just curious when/if you guys will be doing any new beta testing for new builds of AS?

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