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  1. Re: Is there a name for this? What causes it?

    Yeah, seeing images of Ubuntu has happened to me in Windows before too, that freaked me out the fist time.
  2. Re: Is there a name for this? What causes it?

    No, it doesn't cause any problems and it goes away in a split-second. Just made me wonder.
  3. Is there a name for this? What causes it?

    Questions are in the title, and the answer is not mental illness. :-P It's not really a problem, just a curiosity.

    On one of my older PCs, as I was starting X the displayed flickered for a moment...
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    (C/C++)+Python

    Hello,

    I'm going to be writing some software (image processing/game), and the performance in Python just doesn't cut it in certain areas -- I base this on past experience and test implementations...
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    Re: At Last VP8 vs H.264

    Or he could care about other people think since "other people" make up the open web. I'm in a similar position. I don't care about the quality myself but it's in my interest (since my interest is in...
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    Re: the prettiest desktop environments

    Well, reasoned opinions.

    *If you want to create anything other than simple colour schemes you have to delve into C and create a GTK-engine. And you can't alter much here. It's complex, and it's...
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    Re: the prettiest desktop environments

    I don't think anything using GTK+ is going to be terribly pretty. Theming is an admitted shortcoming of GTK+. Last I heard the devs planned on fixing this with GTK3. No idea if they actually are.
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    Re: Arch really faster than Ubuntu?

    When uninstalling / installing packages I think Arch is most definitely faster than any Debian based distro.

    I don't remember the exact message since I haven't used it in a long while, but when...
  9. Re: Google launches WebM video format with VP8 in it

    The general consensus seems to be it's roughly equal->better than H.264 Baseline, but it gets trounced (for now) by more optimized profiles. But t don't think it really matters. While it's not...
  10. Re: Opinion: A good language for a bug reporting web app?

    WIN. A friend asked me to take on a project for his startup, and at the time my knowledge of python was limited and my knowledge of django was next to non-existent, and I had 0 experience in web...
  11. Thread: KDevelop4

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    KDevelop4

    Am I the only one feeling this has potential to be the greatest thing since sliced bread? It's converted me from straight vim, (Though I still use VI-Input mode (how cool is that?)).


    I find the...
  12. Thread: Return style

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    Return style

    When writing / executing a function, I generally have it so if it reaches the last return statement, it basically means it did its job correctly and returns the proper variable. If it's incapable of...
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    Re: Strange C++ Error (Compiler bug?)

    I guess I was correct when I said it was strange? :P
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    Re: Qt, Gtk or Java -- To be or not to be

    The problem is there is so much more to .NET than the C# standard. That's where mono lags behind and will always be playing catch up.
  15. Re: Question: C++ GUI programming for Ubuntu and Windows?

    That's bunk. Qt does use the moc, but it's all behind the scenes. It doesn't affect the developer at all.
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    Re: Qt, Gtk or Java -- To be or not to be

    Qt kicks GTK+ to the ground and dances around when it comes to cross-platform. The documentation is generally more verbose and it's just plain nicer to program in. You can also make your Qt...
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    Re: Strange C++ Error (Compiler bug?)

    Post above + It builds and runs fine when "SDL.h" is included -- it not being included is the reason why it fails to build.

    The failure to build isn't my issue, I know why it doesn't build. I'm...
  18. Thread: Qt

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    Re: Qt

    Yes. It's cross-platform in the sense that you do not have to rewrite the source code. It's compiled language limitation, not Qt.
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    Re: Strange C++ Error (Compiler bug?)

    gcc version 4.4.3 20100316 (prerelease) (GCC)
    okay, now I'm *REALLY* confused


    [weezer@dev]~/projects/playtheorycpp: g++ main.cpp engine.cpp window.cpp extractor.cpp point.cpp surface.cpp -o...
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    Re: [SOLVED] Line numbers in emacs

    It's only included in emacs23 afaik.
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    Strange C++ Error (Compiler bug?)

    Header

    #ifndef ENGINE_H_
    #define ENGINE_H_

    class Engine
    {
    public:
    Engine();
    ~Engine();
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    Re: Gnome 2.30 is out.

    AFAIK the icons in menus / buttons were originally scrapped because of alignment issues they didn't care to fix. maybe that was just icons in buttons.

    /desktop/gnome/interface/can_change_accels ...
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    Re: Gnome 2.30 is out.

    It's beginning to get to the point where instead of looking for new features in a GNOME release I look for the features that they chopped because they weren't fitting with their lowest common...
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    Re: Python unusably slow.

    I can't believe how much of an effect these relatively minor alterations produced. Thanks to all, especially lavinog who has gone above and beyond.
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    Re: Python unusably slow.

    45s. :)
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