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    To ja zaczekam na Adę na LLVM

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      Ale to nie jest język do tego :)

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        Nie rozumiem, a do czego jest ADA. LLVM to tylko narzędzie do tworzenia przepływów i AST

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      Trouble is with small set of keyboard chars. Therefore many creators use horrible text.

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        please add nationality or(and) meybe human language

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          Nationality may helpful, but indeed the main human languages that the person talks helps much more.

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            remember, one person can speak many human languages

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          Brings back memories, when I emailed my nerdiest friends “hey check out this epic SPARC notebook”.

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            I’m waiting for first laptop with fpga

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            yes nice

            in my short favorite list: pinebook, touchbook (working and good accumulator ;) )

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              This compilator produce program for RISC-V or x86?

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                I think it uses Tiny C Compiler which generates x86

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                  To small RAM, 400kb is minimal for mruby.

                  Hm… 48Mhz is very big. https://hackaday.io/project/13048-flea-ohm-fpga-project show how fast it will be. But too small memory. Second question is how many times i can programming this processor.

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                    FPGAs are not intended to have a lot of memory or to work like a processor. They are intended to be optimised to work like a very specific circuit for you to decide. The usual use for a FPGA is a middle point between general-purpose processors and hardcoded application specific integrated circuits. They may not be the best processors, or the best ASICs, but they are reconfigurable and can perform better than processors for specific tasks.

                    You can reprogram an FPGA effectively infinite times, it stores its configuration in RAM. But sometimes you store that configuration on an external FLASH memory so it survives reboots and stuff, and this external memory may impose a limit on how many times you can reconfigure it.

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                      you are wrong. this device have ram ,many program need ram. I give a example. If You would like using processor to run specyfic program (for example windows system , yes exist procesor with instruction windows os)

                      You melting fpga teoreticaly and this device. second trouble . exist more kind of ram ‘ram’ usualy normal ddr is durable than this fpga ‘ram’.

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                      48Mhz is very big

                      On-board clock frequency is not very important, since PLLs can convert that to any frequency you require.

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                      this is ergonomic keyboard https://klawiatura.wordpress.com/ ;)

                      coleman have trouble how using +? i must using shift. for example for increase size oftext browser. why { i must using shift? etc. no sorry is not for me

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                        a) and [terminal] [console] or course [tty] and keyboard

                        b) gnome are the shell? gnome can run programs, have script language, and is for user?

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                          a. I’m not sure… my original idea behind shell was more shell scripting focused. Adding all those would be a bit too granular, at least IMO.

                          b. gnome-shell isn’t a shell in the normal programming use of the word. It’s the core of a desktop environment. It uses javascript as the scripting language, so there’s already a tag for that.

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                          How I can get dictionary (and)or modyfi it?

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                            nice, is possible integrate this to script language?

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                              What do you mean exactly? Use a more general-purpose scripting language as preprocessor? Have the ability to use inline assembly in a scripting language? …?

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                                for example https://medium.com/sector443/python-for-reverse-engineering-1-elf-binaries-e31e92c33732

                                look at code in article. Different for mac differen for linux. Many options, many optimalisation and preprocesor . Ideal for script language.

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                              ugly keyboard

                              similar raspberry pi as developer machine ;) not for normal working.

                              Good keyboard have psion https://jm.iq.pl/psion-5mx-z-linuxem-na-pokladzie/ but too slow processor. Meybe in future when folding screen will be popular

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                                Do you know about the Gemeni and Cosmo from Planet Computers ? I’d love to see one up close.

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                                  yes, and GOLE1 and similar I’m from Poland I need AltGr key for my language chars. Gemini,cosmo planet not have

                                  This is very ugly keyboard for non latin writers (developers too) Ideal keyboard = https://klawiatura.wordpress.com/ ;) but is too big for me

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                                Meybe someone wrote small good tutorial for frontend llvm. Many people create a small language. How create a executable program in it?

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                                  LLVM project in fact maintains an official tutorial for writing LLVM frontend.

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                                    ugly, backend not frontend.

                                    Many people need only frontend, no big ast optimalisation etc.

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                                  hm… how using pam and OTP paper. Normal paper without token, phone etc.

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                                    It can be phished, just like TOTP etc can. The only effective way to prevent phishing is to take the user out of the loop.

                                    Although, admittedly, if the service you’re authenticating to is some custom command-line UI you wrote yourself, you’re probably safe from phishing unless you’re an extremely high-value target to somebody. The moment you start writing a blog post and encouraging other people to use your solution, though, it stops being obscure in that way.

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                                      No pam on OpenBSD.

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                                      nice, anybody know how change graphics library? GLFW, SDL etc.

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                                        Picking up a new telescope tomorrow and getting back into a hobby I haven’t done in over 30 years. Taking a stab at astrophotography this time, too.

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                                          please publish photos, instaling and from sky

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                                            That’s really cool, what type of telescope were you thinking of getting?

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                                              Not thinking about it, I’ve already got it. :) It’s waiting for me at the store. I was just waiting for the mount to come in.

                                              I got a Meade 115mm Series 6000 ED Triplet APO with an iOptron CEM25P mount. Picking it up in the morning. It will probably be a bit until I actually take a useful picture with it, though.

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                                            is possible stored file and meybe git repository on public places? WWW comments, pastebin, twitter, blogs etc.

                                            Imagine infinite disk and…. anonimity

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                                              This project doesn’t change the storage of git repositories, it merely provides a read-only FTP interface on top.

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                                                if You write comment or paste bin You dont change enything (read-only)