Thanks for showing us how we, as a community of developers, can finally bury the open source software community once and for all with dazzling creations in three dimensions. If this doesn't make Linux look second rate, I don't know what does. I'm serious...I'm
going to convince everybody I work with to switch as soon as possible.
Please note that although Irascian is a proponent of light-to-no-moderation, yet he feels that Charles should not un-ban beer28...this seems a bit confusing. I am with Irascian on this, don't unban him...if anything, tighten his chains even more.
I fully agree. I believe all rebellion should be crushed under our boots, rival kernels smashed, and the flag of Vista should fly over the headquarters of the free software foundation.
For example, where's the fountain going to go? The waterfall with my face carved in the side of the rock? The 40ft platinum statue of me, standing triumphantly over all I have beaten down with my infinite power?
I'm sorry...the ceiling is only eight feet high in my house. Unless I can raise donations for a new roof, it'll have to go in the backyard next to the plastic flamingos.
In the mean time, I have some ideas for you
here...maybe they will help.
I also will be issuing a new message shortly, Vista willing, that will bring hope and encouragement to all those fighting our noble battle.
Now is this entire library written in managed code (i.e. on top of the .NET framework)? If so, how is your code can specifically target the GPU (as opposed to the CPU) without modifications to the underlying structure of the .NET framework? Perhaps I am
not familiar enough with the deep internal structure and design of the .NET framework, whereas if I was, I may not ask such a question. Wouldn't that also impede performance if the garbage collector was involved? Could this be written to execute even faster
under something unmanaged like C or C++ (or any compiled language)?