The final step of GCC's optimization pipeline (save cleanup) is codegen, or as it calls it `pass_final`. This is what generates the Assembly code which is (after assembling via Binutils) actually run.
After optionally deleting debug instructions, it'll "start the function" by generating labels for the hot & cold partitions of the function if any, disables assembler's preprocessing, outputs any constants used in this function, computes alignment to hold/code partitions if any, ...
Apparently there are still a lot of people out there that don't understand that most #OpenSource and #CreativeCommons licenses require attribution where you give credit to the creators whose work you are reusing or building upon. Being a good digital citizen and doing this only helps grow the commons. Don't forget.
90% of donations to the @libreoffice projects are coming from individuals.
Companies unfortunately do not contribute that much in economical or material way on an #OpenSource project that is the major barrier between freedom of choice and a full monopoly by Microsoft in the office productivity market.
Organisations should realise that a strong LibreOffice helps in creating a healthy competition and lower also their costs.
So, please, contribute in any way you can to help yourself.
Many scientific articles are currently published in subscription journals and locked behind paywalls. This model impedes research and diverts public funding to parasitic publishers, while relying almost entirely on the unpaid work of researchers. https://nofreeviewnoreview.org/
One day to go until the LibreOffice Conference 2021 starts! Join us online to learn about the technology behind LibreOffice (and what's coming up). Here's a quick guide for attendees: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2021/09/22/libreoffice-conference-2021-how-to-for-participants/
I think wikipedia is a genuinely beneficial resource to human kind that does get overlooked
overlooked in that its free & is non-profit.
but doesnt get much support from the mass of people using it.
from the email, it seems fewer than 2% donate. I find that quite shocking if that really is correct
Ive donated now for the past 7 or so years, sometimes I give the amount asked, sometimes a bit more.
its once a year, for something so endless & informative
A software tester walks into a bar.
Runs into a bar.
Crawls into a bar.
Dances into a bar.
Flies into a bar.
Jumps into a bar.
a lizard in a beer glass.
A real customer walks into the bar and asks where the bathroom is.
The bar goes up in flames.
Free and open source flight sim FlightGear is working on VR support https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2021/09/free-and-open-source-flight-sim-flightgear-is-working-on-vr-support #VirtualReality #OpenSource #Simulation #FreeGame
We've just pushed out v0.14.0 of #FreeTube.
This release has a very large amount of changes over the last couple of months along with some well needed fixes. As always, you can check the full patch notes over on GitHub.
I'm going to be playing some Linux games over at https://cast.samsai.eu/ in about 15 minutes. Tonight's menu: Valheim, SkateBIRD and Wolfenstein: Blade of Agony. See you in the chat!
Write Freely is a writing platform on the Fediverse, sort of like a Fedi version of Medium.
It lets you write long form texts on the Fediverse, and people can follow your Write Freely account, so they see your latest posts.
You can find instances to sign up on at https://writefreely.org/instances
There are apps available at https://writefreely.org/apps
If you are techy, there's instructions for self-hosting an instance at https://writefreely.org/start
If you aren't techy, you can still make your own Write Freely instance by using https://writefreely.host
The Prototype Fund is a funding initiative of the German government promoting development of open software. You can follow its account at:
➡️ @PrototypeFund (in German)
The official site is https://prototypefund.de
Anyone can apply for funding who lives in Germany, is self-employed, pays German taxes and publishes their source code on some sort of git. (You don't need German citizenship.)
My Mastodon Posts September 2021
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Why Not #XMPP Poll
#Malware of Windows and MacOS
MNT Research is a small independent company creating a libre laptop called the MNT Reform. You can follow at:
The official website is at https://mntre.com and there's more info about the laptop at https://mntre.com/media/reform_md/2020-05-08-the-much-more-personal-computer.html
Oh, apparently Minetest is on Mastodon: @Minetest .
If you're not already familiar with them, they are making a free and open source voxel game (engine), similar to Minecraft.
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