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Sylvestre

En réponse à: Debian Twitter accounts are back

Sylvestre [Membre]
Aaron, Planet Debian has already an account:
https://twitter.com/planetdebian

Vincent, why not but it would help to get that in a better format (RSS, XML or RFC 822 format).
PermalienPermalien 09.08.14 @ 14:55
Aaron Toponce

En réponse à: Debian Twitter accounts are back

Aaron Toponce [Visiteur]
A Debian Planet feed would be great also. I don't know if this exists already, however.
PermalienPermalien 08.08.14 @ 19:35
Vincent

En réponse à: Debian Twitter accounts are back

Vincent [Visiteur]
Having an account for new Debian maintainer [1] would be cool, I guess!

[1] https://udd.debian.org/cgi-bin/new-maintainers.cgi
PermalienPermalien 07.08.14 @ 23:59
Harsh86

En réponse à: Changes Firefox 29 beta2 to beta3

Harsh86 [Visiteur]
Thank you for doing this. I see that a lot of people find it confusing why there isnt a change log between beta releases.
PermalienPermalien 01.04.14 @ 12:00
Andrés González Cantú

En réponse à: Rebuild of Debian using Clang 3.4

Andrés González Cantú [Visiteur]
http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2014-01/msg00247.html
PermalienPermalien 24.03.14 @ 11:35
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Rebuild of Debian using Clang 3.4

Sylvestre [Membre]
Amazon gives 10 000 US$/year to Debian for such experiment.

We are building, for now, just for amd64. There are still so much work to do. It would be a mistake to try tackling every issues at the same time.
PermalienPermalien 22.03.14 @ 17:03
ludo

En réponse à: Rebuild of Debian using Clang 3.4

ludo [Visiteur]
What is "AWS donation" ?

Are you only building x86 or other arch too ?
PermalienPermalien 22.03.14 @ 13:56
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Hello Planet Mozilla

Sylvestre [Membre]
Sorry, I missed your comment.

I am not planning to do that soon but that would be nice.
By the way, clang is already the compiler used to be Firefox under Mac OS X.
PermalienPermalien 15.03.14 @ 11:54
Seb.F

En réponse à: Some updates on llvm.org/apt/

Seb.F [Visiteur]
Thx again,
I wish I could help but I have no time right now.
PermalienPermalien 05.03.14 @ 17:50
sobkas

En réponse à: Some updates on llvm.org/apt/

sobkas [Visiteur]
clang-modernize-3.5_3.5~svn202666-1~exp1_amd64.deb 03-Mar-2014 09:37 3.1M
clang-modernize-3.5_3.5~svn202688-1~exp1_i386.deb 03-Mar-2014 09:37 3.3M

Why this two have different version numbers?
PermalienPermalien 03.03.14 @ 20:41
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Some updates on llvm.org/apt/

Sylvestre [Membre]
@Seb: For now, you cannot install both clang 3.4 & 3.5.
I reported this bug:
https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=736057
and I will be happy to mentor someone to fix that bug.
PermalienPermalien 03.03.14 @ 17:02
Seb.F

En réponse à: Some updates on llvm.org/apt/

Seb.F [Visiteur]
Thank you for this update.
Somehow I can't figure out how to install clang 3.4 and 3.5 in parallel.
When I try installing clang 3.5 apt says it will replace clang-3.4 (same for clang-modernize-3.4 lldb-3.4)
I run on ubuntu saucy.
Do you know if can be done ?
PermalienPermalien 03.03.14 @ 11:45
Rogério Brito

En réponse à: Hello Planet Mozilla

Rogério Brito [Visiteur]
Hi, Sylvestre.

Congrats on the new job. Just a speculative thing: do you plan on experimenting with compilation/speed comparisons of firefox/iceweasel with clang against gcc?

I guess that this would be a super nice thing to know about the browsers.

Before I do something like this, would you anticipate any improvement at all from excluding features from firefox (e.g., accessibility features, parental controls etc.) as is advertised by this unofficial build for windows:

http://www.palemoon.org/technical.shtml

?

Thanks for any insight,
Rogério.
PermalienPermalien 24.02.14 @ 04:34
Hussam Al-Tayeb

En réponse à: Clang 3.3 and Debian

Hussam Al-Tayeb [Visiteur]
any plans for a test rebuild with clang 3.4?
PermalienPermalien 10.01.14 @ 01:52
Tshepang Lekhonkhobe

En réponse à: Include What You Use - Yet a new cool tool in Debian.

Tshepang Lekhonkhobe [Visiteur]
Thanks much for the mention. Useful tool.
PermalienPermalien 23.09.13 @ 16:59
Sylvestre

En réponse à: LLVM Debian/Ubuntu nightly packages

Sylvestre [Membre]
Yes: --enable-experimental-targets=R600

Search for ../configure in:
http://anonscm.debian.org/viewvc/pkg-llvm/llvm-toolchain/branches/snapshot/debian/rules?view=markup for the list of argument
PermalienPermalien 04.04.13 @ 17:26
sobkas

En réponse à: LLVM Debian/Ubuntu nightly packages

sobkas [Visiteur]
Does Radeon backend is enabled?
PermalienPermalien 04.04.13 @ 17:19
Jake

En réponse à: Some more cool stuff with LLVM/Clang

Jake [Visiteur]
"even if the error is obvious", make that plural. You can see it in the error report: "..is located 5 bytes inside of 80-byte region..". Why an 80 byte region for a 10 char array? Because it's allocating 10 char pointers, which, on 64-bit architecture, are 8 byte. The malloc should get (10 * sizeof(char)).
PermalienPermalien 13.01.13 @ 15:17
Robert

En réponse à: Some more cool stuff with LLVM/Clang

Robert [Visiteur]
Just as long as we don't get loads of half baked patches to "quieten AddressSanitizer" now (a la OpenSSL).
PermalienPermalien 13.01.13 @ 14:32
1052

En réponse à: Some more cool stuff with LLVM/Clang

1052 [Visiteur]
It is a Google development, and it will also be available in GCC 4.8
PermalienPermalien 13.01.13 @ 12:10
Elessar

En réponse à: Mini Debconf & merchandising

Elessar [Visiteur]
@MJ Ray: Fairtrade, I do not know, which is not particularly reassuring, but the short-sleeved polos are indicated to respect at least a textile quality standard called ?Eco-Tex?. The long-sleeved ones are not indicated to respect any specific standard though?
PermalienPermalien 22.11.12 @ 10:37
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Mini Debconf & merchandising

Sylvestre [Membre]
MJ Ray: I don't know, sorry :/
PermalienPermalien 18.11.12 @ 20:08
MJ Ray

En réponse à: Mini Debconf & merchandising

MJ Ray [Visiteur]
Is the cloth fairtrade? Does it avoid sweatshop cotton?

I wrote about this a while ago in http://www.news.software.coop/are-your-free-software-t-shirts-ethical/112/ and I'd be interested in a bluff if it's ethical and available to ship to England.

Oh and how do I tell this site to email me on new comments?
PermalienPermalien 17.11.12 @ 23:00
Elessar

En réponse à: Mini Debconf & merchandising

Elessar [Visiteur]
For those of you that may notice the very low quantity of rugby shirts we will have for sale, this is by design: as this kind of cloth is not very usual in our kind of community, and quite more expensive than the usual tee-shirts, we chose to get only a few of them to test how they will be appreciated.

Now, if it appears they are appreciated, do not worry, we will have more next time! :-)
PermalienPermalien 17.11.12 @ 20:54
Sylvestre

En réponse à: libc++: New C++ standard library in Debian

Sylvestre [Membre]
@Julien, it works for me ?! (both reader + planet)
PermalienPermalien 16.08.12 @ 13:45
Julian Andres Klode

En réponse à: libc++: New C++ standard library in Debian

Julian Andres Klode [Visiteur]
Nice post, but something is wrong with the planet.debian.org integration or with Google reader, as that leads me to

http://sylvestre.ledru.info/blog/xmlsrv/805@http://sylvestre.ledru.info/blog

(your guid) when trying to open the blog, as reader seems to ignore and only respect elements.
PermalienPermalien 16.08.12 @ 12:42
Benjamin Kay

En réponse à: libc++: New C++ standard library in Debian

Benjamin Kay [Visiteur]
Congratulations! This is very helpful to those of us developing with C++11 and Clang on Debian!
PermalienPermalien 15.08.12 @ 14:40
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Interview in FLOSS for Science

Sylvestre [Membre]
Valio ??
PermalienPermalien 24.07.12 @ 19:15
Valio

En réponse à: Interview in FLOSS for Science

Valio [Visiteur]
Rss encoding is broken :(
PermalienPermalien 24.07.12 @ 19:11
Nadav

En réponse à: Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

Nadav [Visiteur]
I think that the number of commits is multiplied by 3.
Also, "Eli Friedman" is with Apple. "Owen Anderson" is with Apple. "Bruno Cardoso Lopes" is academic, AFAIK. "Reid Spencer" did most of his work before joining AutoESL (which is now Xilinx, I think).
PermalienPermalien 23.07.12 @ 11:58
jon

En réponse à: Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

jon [Visiteur]
The desperation in your voice is funny point.

I think you know perfectly well what the point is and your response proves it is valid!
PermalienPermalien 23.07.12 @ 03:21
point

En réponse à: Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

point [Visiteur]
What is your point? LIcense is owned by U of Illinois Code owners are all employed by Apple. None of the Google employees have contributed any significant code aside from Richard Smith. Apple also owns WebKit tradmark, OpenCL, libdispath, Objective C. Once again what is your point?
PermalienPermalien 23.07.12 @ 01:34
Sylvestre

En réponse à: Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

Sylvestre [Membre]
No, I didn't. I am using the email addresses registered in the LLVM VCS.
PermalienPermalien 23.07.12 @ 00:29
glandium

En réponse à: Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

glandium [Visiteur]
Did you also account for change of employment for those @gmail, etc.?
PermalienPermalien 23.07.12 @ 00:13
Samuel Orr

En réponse à: llvm & clang 3.1 in Debian unstable + GSoC

Samuel Orr [Visiteur]
Excellent. I have been trying out clang for a while as a replacement for gcc. It would be great to see better support for it in Debian.
PermalienPermalien 25.05.12 @ 13:20
Witek

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Witek [Visiteur]
Can you provide search by package name or source package name on clang.debian.net? It will make easier to check if packages I care is affected. Also package size comparission (before and after compressing into .deb, and default ones from Debian) of this packages which successed would be usefull.

Another question: what architecture you was using? amd64? How about i386? It should be equally easy (in terms of access to building virtual machines), and when considering metrics like package (binary) sizes changes beetween clang and gcc, it can give better insight into any changes.
PermalienPermalien 12.03.12 @ 00:54
Manuel

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

Manuel [Visiteur]
the sun-java6 package seems also to be updated/available here :

https://github.com/rraptorr/sun-java6
PermalienPermalien 06.03.12 @ 14:57
mirabilos

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

mirabilos [Visiteur]
This is… well, not great, but useful. Not great because, in my heart, I’m fully behind throwing it out. Useful because, to update mksh in Android AOSP, I need to be able to build and test-boot it – and Google is still depending on Sun J2SDK 6 for that.

I tried lenny’s package, but first had to patch it to accept two-digit patchlevels and amd64 packages, and THEN ran into the problem that update-java-alternatives didn’t like the result. At all. If this tool version does it better, I’m bought.

Merci!
PermalienPermalien 01.03.12 @ 22:37
Sylvestre

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

Sylvestre [Membre]
Julian: apt-get install icedtea-web
See:
http://packages.qa.debian.org/i/icedtea-web.html
PermalienPermalien 01.03.12 @ 14:40
Julian Andres Klode

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

Julian Andres Klode [Visiteur]
Not only corporations, also everyone wanting to use applets basically needs Oracle's Java build, as the free plugin basically does not work with many sites.
PermalienPermalien 01.03.12 @ 14:31
gebi

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

gebi [Visiteur]
Thx for bringing java-package back!
Btw... i update the sun-java6 package regularly to make it work with the newest java 6 version.

https://github.com/gebi/sun-java6
PermalienPermalien 01.03.12 @ 13:31
Sylvestre LEDRU

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

Sylvestre LEDRU [Membre]
Ubuntu is regularly synchronizing against Debian... So, it should come sooner or later.
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 23:44
aim

En réponse à: java-package: Replacement of sun-java6

aim [Visiteur]
any plans to include this into ubuntu?

PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 23:38
Marc Driftmeyer

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Marc Driftmeyer [Visiteur]
All this whining about LLVM/Clang. What a joke. The quality of architecture alone, nevermind the contributions by hundreds of architect level quality developers of compiler expertise is producing a far superior product to GCC.

You get all of this for free.

You get CUPS for free. Nothing is stopping any Distribution of Linux to pair up the quality of CUPS with that of Apple.
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 16:32
Kartik

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Kartik [Visiteur]
dd-list will be cool addition :)
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 15:46
Sylvestre LEDRU

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Sylvestre LEDRU [Membre]
@Jonas: Right, I will do it!
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 14:16
Jonas Smedegaard

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Jonas Smedegaard [Visiteur]
Would be nice with per-package-maintainer web pages.

Also, per-package web pages and (poking Paul Wise to add) links from packages.qa.debian.org summary pages would be awesome.
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 14:13
Sylvestre LEDRU

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Sylvestre LEDRU [Membre]
Sylvain:
http://clang.debian.net/scanlog-3.0-2012-01-12

with clang 2.9
http://clang.debian.net/scanlog-2.9-2011-09-11
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 14:00
Sylvain Le Gal

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Sylvain Le Gal [Visiteur]
Can you give a list of all packages with their errors.

I am trying to find (OCaml) packages with error and it will be useful to have all the problematic packages on the same pages, whatever their error is.

Thx
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 13:57
Ralf

En réponse à: Rebuild of the Debian archive with clang

Ralf [Visiteur]
At least LLVM is developed by people from different companies, while gcc is at least 90%, probably more, developed by a single company: Google.
PermalienPermalien 29.02.12 @ 13:42