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    Default What Features LLVM/Clang 3.2 Bring To The Table

    Phoronix: What Features LLVM/Clang 3.2 Bring To The Table

    While the features of LLVM 3.2 and its Clang C/C++ compiler front-end have been talked about in numerous Phoronix articles over the past few months, here's an overview of the new features for this open-source compiler infrastructure update that was released on Friday...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTI1OTg

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    First off, just post once...it'll save Michael a bit of moneh.

    Second...stfu. We don't need to hear you fucking mouthing off obscenities every other cock-sucking word. It's not like we're having a damn swearing contest, and I'm pretty fucking sure you don't have tourette syndrome. I don't mean to be a dick about it, but it's pretty fucking irritating.

    Also, I'm damn sure what you quoted has nothing to do with Fear, Uncertainty, or Doubt, asswhipe. Although what you said about apple might qualify, whether the fuck it's true or not.
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    If not already happening, I think it's best if everyone just ignores users like "kill bsd" "bsd sucks and dies" etc. who are probably only one person anyway.
    Although I'm generally against such things, in this case it's so blatantly obvious it's hurting.

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    Thumbs up Angry at compilers

    Quote Originally Posted by BitRot View Post
    If not already happening, I think it's best if everyone just ignores users like "kill bsd" "bsd sucks and dies" etc. who are probably only one person anyway.
    Although I'm generally against such things, in this case it's so blatantly obvious it's hurting.
    On the other hand, some compilers can really make people angry eh

    Reading mr KillBSD's ravings remind me just how angry compilers can make people - and he's venting all that anger on our behalf, what kindness!

    Mr KillBSD, don't save all your rage for LLVM/Clang though - that GCC can do some pretty awful things to kittens too, and don't get me started on Microsoft Visual C grrrrr.

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    Sorry, I just had to get that off my chest. I'll be adding him to my ****** list shortly...or as soon as I figure out how. :/

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    its funny but for me its the complete opposite of killbsd. i rather use clang just to stick it to stallman. besides, without the corporate support, gcc would be hooking on the streetcorner like most FOSS projects. so its not like gcc is made by hippies in a basement.

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    Now there's a choice that runs right through to your political core!

    Stallman - code communism, progress may be glacial but at least it's for "the people"

    Apple - code imperialism, much better technology but you have to let the devil take your wife out to dinner.

    Personally, I try to just focus on the technology and ignore the accompanying ideology/dogma.

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    Every time I see his username (Foo anals Bar...baz! Now ignored), I think to my self "That's disgusting; why would Linux want to do that?"

    Anyway, yeah, I don't really care too much about the licensing; I'd prefer my code to be usable by anyone, but it's not my code, so whichever compiler can do a better job and do it efficiently will win my vote. Being free and open source are important factors, of course, but not the only ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobu View Post
    Sorry, I just had to get that off my chest. I'll be adding him to my ****** list shortly...or as soon as I figure out how. :/
    Click on their username, view profile, add to ignore list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elCoder View Post
    Stallman - code communism, progress may be glacial but at least it's for "the people"
    Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos and Werner Koch don't feel that way. http://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/529522/854aed3fb6398b79/

    Paolo Bonzini also disagrees with that assessment. http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp....u.general/7873

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