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  1. Thread: Cross compiling

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    thanks dkws, my bad laptop keyboard used for that...

    thanks dkws, my bad laptop keyboard used for that post.
    [ way to low a pressure for a keystroke ]

    ppc virtualization is problematical.

    I have watched someone testing it with every vm tool he...
  2. Thread: Cross compiling

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    I do suspect that gcc by default on openBSD will...

    I do suspect that gcc by default on openBSD will cross compile.
    you would have to have a makefile that xplicitlye requires an executable for the target platform though.
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    Mats,...

    Mats,
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?p=744590#post744590
    since this is off topic for the thread.
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    Mats, the java answers

    from this thread:
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?t=100764

    Have you actually verified this with a suitable benchmark? And where is it being slower (profiling)? I would expect that...
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    There is. if you are not using the package...

    There is.

    if you are not using the package manager in your distro, then you are ignoring the tools meant to make installing and removing software easy.
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    That would really depend on what options were...

    That would really depend on what options were used. if your xorg implementation only has the driver for your specific graphics card, instead of as most distros do and compile in drivers for every...
  7. Thread: Unicode - UTF-8

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    The END USER difference is in the language...

    The END USER difference is in the language specific characters supported, UTF-16 supports a few more Asian Languages than UTF-8 does.
    [ I know, slightly ot ]

    The benefit to fighting C++ for UTF-8...
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    sorry to shock you, but Autocad is now .NET...

    sorry to shock you, but Autocad is now .NET based, the 2007 release was the first version that required .net V2 to run.
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    Yarin, you are using a 700 mb iso and a 700 mb...

    Yarin,
    you are using a 700 mb iso and a 700 mb cd?
    a 700 mb iso and a 650 mb cd will give that error.

    also, check to make sure overburning is enabled, for the one or two mb extra for diskclosing...
  10. Thread: souce code

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    contents of coreutils = ls /bin which includes...

    contents of coreutils = ls /bin
    which includes ls :D
  11. Thread: Folding@home

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    It's been almost two years for me. I got the smb...

    It's been almost two years for me. I got the smb version of FAH and already on the second unit.
    seems to really like 64 bit linux with a dual core processor. :D
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    With the trend to use Java and .NET for...

    With the trend to use Java and .NET for applications, C and C++ are becoming more and more the languages used for systems programming only in the commercial software world. [ windows, OSX, Linux,...
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    maybe that's what Prelude is confuzzled about.....

    maybe that's what Prelude is confuzzled about.. how to schedule the cookie making right ;)
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    You just hit the nail on the head. I know a lot...

    You just hit the nail on the head.
    I know a lot of programmers, who are now Senior Management, who agree with that.

    good lord, the ultimate requirement for any application, it has to be able to...
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    I saw it tonight, since that was when it was...

    I saw it tonight, since that was when it was broadcast here.

    I think they actually improved on the original series a bit with this one.
    the new "Micheal" being the son of the original.. might be...
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    for what it's worth, I'm planning on actually...

    for what it's worth, I'm planning on actually putting the completed app online to test it for full functionality and security.
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    An intriguing coding challenge...

    In a recent article I read, the author of the article was asking why common business applications / website scripts do not effectively thread or spread the processing load over multiple cores / cpus....
  18. Thread: Artificial?

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    @nthony, You are the only one who caught my...

    @nthony,
    You are the only one who caught my point.
    "I believe it should simply be called "intelligence": there is nothing artificial about it. "

    I wasn't commenting on the current state of AI...
  19. Thread: Why C Matters

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    1) C done in C++ is not as fast as C done in C,...

    1) C done in C++ is not as fast as C done in C, the C++ compiler actually has to translate C into C++, or else it just calls the C compiler to handle the C code.

    2) Systems level programming is...
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    software licensing

    There is some serendipity going on here. I have been reading a lot of software licenses lately and finding flaws in all of them.

    So, here goes:

    What software license would you use for software...
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    Since, as has been mentioned, it's not really...

    Since, as has been mentioned, it's not really possible to understand the code base for a large open source project, why not pick a project you would like to work on, and check their bug reports, get...
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    Yup David, but I looked at a course offered by...

    Yup David, but I looked at a course offered by both MIT and Berkley, same content, but the MIT course required Matlab while the Berkley course didn't. Neither can be used as credit for a degree, but...
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    FREE University Lectures

    http://lecturefox.com/ has a number of them listed, from several major universities.

    When looking at the lecture on the University's site, check, I know that Lecturefox doesn't list all 1800 MIT...
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    Technically true, though accreditation is a...

    Technically true, though accreditation is a minimal requirement.

    Not that I would expect there to be servers popping up running the multics-httpd-server os, it's more likely that it would be used...
  25. Thread: Artificial?

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    Artificial?

    What is with this blatant discrimination in the world against Electronic Intelligence?

    It is so common to see the term Artificial applied to them, just because they are man made.

    I have news...
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