Linux Media Guide
This is a *good* read
Linux Media Guide
This is a *good* read
gcc -m64 show_lp64.c
char is 1 bytes
short is 2 bytes
int is 4 bytes
long is 8 bytes
long long is 8 bytes
pointer is 8 bytes
"The -mpowerpc64 option allows GCC to generate the additional 64-bit instructions that are found in the full PowerPC64 architecture and to treat GPRs as 64-bit, doubleword quantities. GCC defaults to -mno-powerpc64."
" Anecdotal evidence shows that by being part of the free java community wonderful women will fall in love with you. "
Well perl5 engine is started and seems to compile ok with new
"Failed 2 test scripts out of 779, 99.74% okay."
Look how i did it :
1. download code from http://opensource.fotango.com/~nclark/ponie-3.tar.gz
2.tar -zxvf ponie-3.tar.gz
5. make test
Now i should run ./perl harness (that was the message build gave me)
"I have a rule of thumb about Unicode: Nobody likes it. Nor does anyone dislike it enough to come up with something better."
"Hey! Fabulous! Someone's making a serious effort to port a real language to Parrot! But that new type suggestion is just reinventing the PMC. Oh, and if you could change your generated code slightly you'd get much faster execution".
3884 generations in 316.299867 seconds. 12.279487 generations/sec
A total of 12656656 bytes were allocated
A total of 179 DOD runs were made
A total of 9 collection runs were made
Copying a total of 13508336 bytes
There are 1702 active Buffer structs
There are 7053 total Buffer structs
"These results were obtained by running a script with different sets of optimization flags and measuring the run time results of the same floating-point intensive analytic code on the same set of data. The script cleaned and recompiled the code with the given set of flags, and logged the results. Inorder to reproduce the same background load on the machine each time, the xscreensaver daemon was killed, along with any other X-applications (such as mozilla, open-office, etc). The only other applications running were a few xterms, gkrellm, a window manager (Enlightenment in this case). Due to asynchronous loading of mail polling, and other monitor updates, there was an observed timing uncertainty of roughly half a second, meaning that run time differences of 1 second may not be statistically significant. For a more detailed discussion of the methology, flags, and results for other systems, follow the links:"
The goal of this package is to be a replacement of commercial Java Source Development Kits (JDK). This is accomplished by integrating the best free java tools into one development environment.
I took the release (V18.104.22.16819 Firebird 1.5) from the cvs and reached to this point (have to define IMPLEMENTATIOn in jrd/common.ch)
../src/jrd/inf.cpp:483: `IMPLEMENTATION' undeclared (first use this function)
../src/jrd/inf.cpp:483: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for
each function it appears in.)
../src/jrd/inf.cpp: In function `USHORT get_counts(short unsigned int, UCHAR*,
short unsigned int)':
../src/jrd/inf.cpp:1084: warning: suggest parentheses around assignment used as
make: *** [../temp/libfbstatic/jrd/inf.o] Error 1
to bookmark this (for reading)
"The -mpowerpc option allows GCC to generate instructions that are found only in the 32-bit subset of the PowerPC architecture. Specifying -mpowerpc-gpopt implies -mpowerpc and also allows GCC to use the optional PowerPC architecture instructions in the General Purpose group, including floating-point square root. Specifying -mpowerpc-gfxopt implies -mpowerpc and also allows GCC to use the optional PowerPC architecture instructions in the Graphics group, including floating-point select.
The -mpowerpc64 option allows GCC to generate the additional 64-bit instructions that are found in the full PowerPC64 architecture and to treat GPRs as 64-bit, doubleword quantities. GCC defaults to -mno-powerpc64. "
Firstly, Fujitsu is apparently working to make your car talk to you like the HAL 9000, while Motorola is said to be working on various remote-control devices (I don't have URLs for those two, unfortunately -- that's just gossip I picked up on mikeslist -- but I'm willing to mention them anyway, because they are intriguing).
read about thouse cars
some shots http://gaim-blogger.sourceforge.net/screenshots/
I think soon we will have gaim gmail pluggin (use gmail account as im one )
very nice file manager
now is that i call a machine
9672 G6 Model ZX7 (10 way processor)
Sterling, Thies and a few others, have been busy investigating PHP for Parrot, I had a chance to browse the code a couple of weeks ago. Last time I saw it was at the PHP conference last November, which was a bit chaotic, so although I did start trying to hack up a compiler in PHP to do the same thing, the phpSharp code base I was using wasnt quite ready..
su -c 'modprobe videodev'
su -c 'modprobe usbvideo'
su -c 'insmod nw8xx.ko'
dmesg | grep video
Linux video capture interface: v1.00
nw802.c: Potentially NW8xx supported cam found ( supported vendor/product IDs )
nw802.c: Detected bridge type : DivIO NW802
videodev: "nw802 USB Camera" has no release callback. Please fix your driver for proper sysfs support, see http://lwn.net/Articles/36850/
drivers/usb/media/usbvideo.c: nw802 on /dev/video0: canvas=320x240 videosize=320x240
usbcore: registered new driver nw802
nw802.c: Module loaded