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Comment: Re:And KDevelope is what exactly? (Score 1) 47

by MikeBabcock (#47905961) Attached to: KDevelop 4.7.0 Released

Its an IDE that has been around for quite a while. Googling 'what is kdevelop' I got:

KDevelop is a free software integrated development environment (IDE) for the KDE Platform on Unix-like computer operating systems. KDevelop includes no compiler; instead, it uses an external compiler such as GCC to produce executable code.

Comment: Re:I prefer Warframe (Score 1) 93

by MikeBabcock (#47903387) Attached to: Early Reviews of Destiny: Unfulfilled Potential

How is first or third person relevant to its MMO status?

Have you watched the game played on PS4? The graphics are quite impressive. The framerate is smoother, which would be nice, but not enough to do a PC upgrade and force myself to run Windows.

cf. for a graphics comparison

Comment: Re:Chip and PIN cards affected too (Score 1) 111

by MikeBabcock (#47861487) Attached to: Home Depot Confirms Breach of Its Payment Systems

I've twice taken random trips and had a phone call waiting for me when I get home from my CC company asking if I'm the one who made the random purchases in question because they don't match my normal profile and they want to prevent fraud.

I also only use chip&pin or NFC for payments (also Canadian).

Comment: Re:Free for the community (Score 1) 326

by MikeBabcock (#47850193) Attached to: Stallman Does Slides -- and Brevity -- For TEDx

Yes, they've robbed the users of their hardware from the ability to use self-compiled BSD on *that* hardware in *that* way because any changes made by Apple are secret and the user is stuck not having them except in compiled form.

When a user has a problem with the OS they're robbed of the ability to fix it themselves by looking at the source code that would've otherwise been available and they're robbed of the ability to expand the abilities of the system without Apple's consent as well.

"Though a program be but three lines long, someday it will have to be maintained." -- The Tao of Programming