Raspberry Pi Trading launched a $35 Raspberry Pi 3 SBC with a quad-core, 1.2GHz Cortex-A53 Broadcom SoC plus WiFi and Bluetooth. In the course of a year, the Raspberry Pi has moved from one of the more retro community-backed SBCs on the market to one of the most cutting edge. A few days after the […]
Vulkan was easily the most talked about subject matter this month on Phoronix, but aside from that there was also a whole lot of other exciting Linux and open-source content for your viewing pleasure…
By ris David Malcolm takes
a look at a new compiler warning in GCC 6,
-Wmisleading-indentation. “At a high level, the underlying implementation looks at control statements (if/else, while, for), and if it sees them guard a single statement without braces, it looks at the followup statement. It complains if both have the same indentation.
That’s a simplified description – we spent a fair amount of time working on heuristics in the warning, to try to ensure that it warns for all cases that are reasonable to warn for, whilst not complaining unduly for indentation that’s merely bad (rather than being actively misleading). We’ve also tested it with a variety of coding styles: GNU, K&R, Linux kernel, etc.”
The latest X.Org Server code’s XWayland support path now is able to run some older Linux games…