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Thread: DragonFlyBSD 3.4 Has New Packaging System, USB, Compiler

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    Quote Originally Posted by CthuIhux View Post
    DragonflyBSD's new packaging system:

    D(umb)Ports, it lets you appreciate the long time of compiling a program you want to use immediately!!! Why spend that time on somwthing better want you get sit infront of your computer for 2 days choosing useless compile options and fixing broken ports.

    Forget about the confusion with so many packages to choose from a linux repo cause now there are only 5 packages avalible to install. Now you're free from the burden of choice!!!

    Relive the days when of KDE3 and GNOME2. No modern versions avalible to spoil that feeling!!!


    DragonflyBSD's new USB stack

    Awesome new USB stack, introducted in this shit. Now you can reboot your computer by simply pulling out your USB without un-mounting just like in FreeBSD!!!!!

    The all new super-crashy USB stack will save you effort on reseting your computer. Forget the reset button or typing reboot into that old terminal. Just stick in your USB, mount it and rip it out. Boom!!! Your computer has restarted. Super-crasy USB stack makes it so easy!!!!!


    DragonflyBSD's new compiler

    Are the binaries you compiled no bloated and slow enough?? Forget GCC!!! Introducting the new Clang compiler from apple!!!! It makes your binaries slow, big and useless just like you always wanted!!!
    I feel kinda bad because the troll doesn't even care to get the problems right. DPorts is a binary install system, crashes from removing mounted USB drives was a FreeBSD bug, not DragonFly, and DragonFly is using GCC, not Clang, in base. Though I suppose you can install clang from pkgsrc or dports.

    In fact, these all look like FreeBSD trolling items, with DragonFly substituted in. Man, when are we going to be cool enough that we get spittle-flecked rage that's actually specific to our operating system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CthuIhux View Post
    DragonflyBSD's new packaging system:

    D(umb)Ports, it lets you appreciate the long time of compiling a program you want to use immediately!!! Why spend that time on somwthing better want you get sit infront of your computer for 2 days choosing useless compile options and fixing broken ports.

    Forget about the confusion with so many packages to choose from a linux repo cause now there are only 5 packages avalible to install. Now you're free from the burden of choice!!!

    Relive the days when of KDE3 and GNOME2. No modern versions avalible to spoil that feeling!!!


    DragonflyBSD's new USB stack

    Awesome new USB stack, introducted in this shit. Now you can reboot your computer by simply pulling out your USB without un-mounting just like in FreeBSD!!!!!

    The all new super-crashy USB stack will save you effort on reseting your computer. Forget the reset button or typing reboot into that old terminal. Just stick in your USB, mount it and rip it out. Boom!!! Your computer has restarted. Super-crasy USB stack makes it so easy!!!!!


    DragonflyBSD's new compiler

    Are the binaries you compiled no bloated and slow enough?? Forget GCC!!! Introducting the new Clang compiler from apple!!!! It makes your binaries slow, big and useless just like you always wanted!!!

    have you ever tried Freebsd before ? You can also install binary packages if you want.using the Ports System or the pkg_add command .
    About GCC , it's only significative faster when you are compiling applications that needs OpenMP support or in some particular applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i386reaper View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergio View Post
    Keep the thread alive! Thanks.
    Trolls are like geese; they shit everywhere and never leave.

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