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- Nov 13 2017, 11:11 AM (149 w, 3 d)
Wed, Sep 23
Sorry @JoshStrobl. I can't use the release tarballs on GitHub because the checks are failing for some reason when using those. Would you mind re-reviewing?
Tue, Sep 22
Sun, Sep 20
Build with opus (thanks @aleksvor)
Thinking about this, I think that I would rather update when the next release is out. A lot has happened since the latest release and maintaining multiple patches is a bit too much work.
Sat, Sep 19
Fri, Sep 18
Thu, Sep 17
Same here. Haven’t seeing this for a long time.
Mon, Sep 14
Thanks for the hard work. Much appreciated :)
Oh gosh, sorry @serebit. I did look though the changes, but it looks like I missed that one. Will rely om ctrl + f in the future :I
@joebonrichie Mentioned earlier in the thread that it might be worth adding --enable-fma`along with AVX2. Any luck with that?
Sat, Sep 12
Sure @JoshStrobl. I will give it a go now that upstream work on better building of shared libraries has landed. Might need to be updated to master, but I will keep you posted with the results :)
Thanks for your hard work with testing @serebit. Looks really promising 🙂
We’re you testing with -ffast-math and the other flags as well?
Fri, Sep 11
Wed, Sep 9
From the release announcement, it looks like the release relies on stuff in the 0.20 release of libraw. Would you mind updating that at the same time?
Tue, Sep 8
Mon, Sep 7
Alright. I tried both Clang and PGO which both resulted in slowdowns. I will settle with just LTO for now as it makes the benchmark suite complete roughly 2 seconds faster while having very slight size reductions for the package.
Clang is slower. Don't use it...
Sun, Aug 30
I’d like to try and see if clang can bring anything to the table. The files from my new camera is 150% bigger, so every little second that I can remove should make life easier 🙂
Actually add patch
Aug 21 2020
It would also be great if DLLVM_EXPERIMENTAL_TARGETS_TO_BUILD=AVR could be passed to cmake when this gets updated. It should, in combination with being updated, make our llvm build compatible with tinygo and thus lets us avoid waiting over an hour on compiling a custom llvm version :)
Aug 16 2020
Aug 14 2020
Aug 9 2020
Sorry, looks like I didn't notice that in the first place. Thought that the macro did that for us. Anyway, should be fixed now :)
Should be fixed now :)
Aug 6 2020
Sorry. On holiday without my developer computer. I will tackle this differential when I get home...
Aug 4 2020
Jul 26 2020
Just a safety rebuild
Might need to rebuild :)
Jul 20 2020
Jul 19 2020
Sorry. Haven't had any time at all to look at this.
Jul 5 2020
Jul 1 2020
No you are right, this really isn't the place to ask about that. Creating a new thread on discuss.getsol.us would have made more sense. But to answer your question, the users page doesn't support it as I haven't found any way to get the support in gnome-control-center to work. You can use the commandlines to set up finger print support and then it will work to log into Gnome, but basically nothing else at this point in time.
Jun 29 2020
Jun 21 2020
Jun 18 2020
I can have a go at getting Hydrogen updated to the latest RC if it is okay for you?
Jun 17 2020
Sorry, I haven't had the time to look at this until today.
Last time I looked at it I just couldn't get it to work and looking at it today with the quite recent release, I can't even get it to build. At the same time code written in vlang seems to break and needs to be changed to comply with new updates. I no longer have any interest in getting this added to the repository due to all the issues with it, I just don't have faith in it any more. I am sorry...
Jun 14 2020
This sounds like a great idea for Godot developers out there. It would definitely make it a lot easier for new users of it to be able to compile for various architectures and operating systems.
Jun 12 2020
I will update to 2.2.3 that was released very recently
Jun 6 2020
I would recommend that you search for tasks before opening a new task. This is already in progress, but held up until the new usysconf version can land and later add rules to move over pinned gnome-mpv instances to celluloid in budgie and other desktop environments. See D6911 for more information.
Jun 4 2020
Fix ia32 builds for windows
spectron: Make tests pass on Windows Docker containers
May 31 2020
It seems like you are missing a lot of information in the changelog. You only have the new changes n 1.5.94, but not what happened in between 1.5.90 and 1.5.94.