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GCC 4.9 Compiler Supports IBM's Super-Fast POWER8

While GCC 4.9 is now in a feature-freeze mode, the open-source compiler that will be introduced in 2014 has improved PowerPC support, including IBM's POWER8 architecture...

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KDE Applications Get Further Fixes In 4.12 Beta 3

The third beta of KDE 4.12 was released this week, but for those that missed the news only really are the 4.12 apps being improved in this next KDE desktop release...

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Bleachbit 1.0 Packaged for openSUSE

I'm pleased to announce the new bleachbit package 1.0 for openSUSE (also for 13.1).

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GCC 4.9 Is Now In Bug-Fixes-Only Stage 3 Mode

GCC 4.9 with its many new features is aiming for a release in the first half of 2014. As of this morning the GCC code-base will not accept new features as it's under a big-fixing-only flag...

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LLVM Now Can Target ARM's Mid-Range Cortex-A12

One day after LLVM received Cortex-A7 support, there's now a Cortex-A12 target inside LLVM's ARM back-end and the Clang C/C++ front-end...

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