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garymortimer writes "The TechJect Robot Dragonfly is a multi-engineering design. It requires everything from aerodynamics, machine design, mechatronics, electronics, communication systems, flight control software, user-interfaces and much more. We’ve put in a lot of work to bring harmony to chaos and bring the dragonfly to life; however, getting something robust enough to endure the elements, strong enough to outlast crashes and accidents; smart enough so everyone can operate them easily; and finally cheap enough so everyone can afford one, we have to professionally manufacture the robot bugs; which is an expensive proposition."
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FreeBSD Throws the Clang/LLVM Switch: Future Releases Use LLVM 360

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An anonymous reader writes "Brooks Davis has announced that the FreeBSD Project has now officially switched to Clang/LLVM as C/C++ compiler. This follows several years of preparation, feeding back improvements to the Clang and LLVM source code bases, and nightly builds of FreeBSD using LLVM over two years. Future snapshots and all major FreeBSD releases will ship compiled with LLVM by default!"

Comment: works (Score 1) 416

by unhooked (#29676917) Attached to: What To Do With a Free Xbox 360 Pro?

The 360 works fine for my purposes playing media streamed from my FreeBSD box. Not as pretty as the shares coming from the gaming machine using media player 11, but it works and I don't have to think about it. Ushare is the app used for sharing media and it is part of geexbox so I'm sure if you wanted more functionality it would work for you.

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