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Jessica Tallon 12/03/2018

An excursion in VPP

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Iago Toral 12/03/2018

Intel Mesa driver for Linux is now Vulkan 1.1 conformant

It was only a few weeks ago when I posted that the Intel Mesa driver had successfully passed the Khronos OpenGL 4.6 conformance on day one, and now I am very proud that we can announce the same for the … Continue reading →

Eleni Maria Stea 04/03/2018

A short OpenGL / SPIRV example.

It’s been a while since Igalia is working on bringing SPIR-V to mesa OpenGL. Alejandro Piñeiro has already given a talk on the status of the ARB_gl_spirv extension development that was very well received at FOSDEM 2018 . Anyone interested in...

Michael Catanzaro 17/02/2018

On Compiling WebKit (now twice as fast!)

Are you tired of waiting for ages to build large C++ projects like WebKit? Slow headers are generally the problem. Your C++ source code file #includes a few headers, all those headers #include more, and those headers #include more, and more, and more, and...

Michael Catanzaro 16/02/2018

On Python Shebangs

So, how do you write a shebang for a Python program? Let’s first set aside the python2/python3 issue and focus on whether to use env. Which of the following is correct? #!/usr/bin/env python #!/usr/bin/python The first option seems to work in all...

Diego Pino 15/02/2018

The B4 network function

Some time ago I started a series of blog posts about IPv6 and network namespaces. The purpose of those posts was preparing the ground for covering a network function called B4 (Basic Bridging BroadBand). The B4 network function is one of the main...

Andy Wingo 07/02/2018

design notes on inline caches in guile

Ahoy, programming-language tinkerfolk! Today's rambling missive chews the gnarly bones of "inline caches", in general but also with particular respect to the Guile implementation of Scheme. First, a little intro.inline what?Inline caches are a...

Andy Wingo 05/02/2018

notes from the fosdem 2018 networking devroom

Greetings, internet!I am on my way back from FOSDEM and thought I would share with yall some impressions from talks in the Networking devroom. I didn't get to go to all that many talks -- FOSDEM's hallway track is the hottest of them all -- but...

Iago Toral 01/02/2018

Intel Mesa driver for Linux is now OpenGL 4.6 conformant

Khronos has recently announced the conformance program for OpenGL 4.6 and I am very happy to say that Intel has submitted successful conformance applications for various of its GPU models for the Mesa Linux driver. For specifics on the conformant …...

Jessica Tallon 25/01/2018

Hacking on User Space Networking

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