neither is java nor c-carpet.
Damn buncha pedants. Yes I'm talking about a variable within a
single function that has a variable that toggles back and forth
between 1 and 0.
You posted in the Pedantry> room, are you surprised? ;) But it *is* an "overly clever" trick, of the sort that hurts readability for future maintainers/victims.
remember xamarian introducing the java to see-carpet transpiler that can convert the whole android userland?
now you can test whether they were doing it right.
difference between the suits as far as value.
I have no idea why I think this question has been asked before, I am not writing a game I am just wondering what others would do.
Wed Jul 25 2012 11:14:05 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredLovely. I'm sure Miguel de Idiot has a Vista Phone in his pocket and is heaping praise upon its innovative and wonderful experience.
I like his rant about them selling the Nokia Lumnia 900 (the top notch product) for 20$ which imho is next to we don't want to pay the costs for disposal of the unsold units.
Microsoft cutting the upgrade path to windows 8 was probably as good to windows 7 phones as the (to early) anouncement of the Apple Macintosh to the Apple Lisa.
btw, mdidiot is developing/trying to sell see-carpet for android and i-something, so you can easily port your app for the vista fon to them ;-)
I guess developing a toolkit to run objective c-code on android more easily sounds like a more clever business idea to me. Or... maybe transpile the java stuff to objective c.
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s.b. wasted 12 Mio. US-Dollar into xamarian.
hm, from the online samples, IGs gonna like using this in webcit:
it wasn't about the bload, its been about the coding samples ;-P
hm, just learned the term "brogrammer" http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=brogrammer
I have to terminate my social life and stop talking about anything else than hacking.
fancy. A project that switched from see-carpet to java and groovy:
has anyone found a jvm that is usable and not enormous? (as in you have to set aside huge amounts of ram for it)
no. use a compiler and generate native code. Java interpreters are always clunky, regardless whether you name them see-carpet or whatever.
In doubt use a concept which generates intermediate c-code like vala.
The tomcat JVM uses "...20-60 MB of memory."
Here are the sources:
Sep 24 2012 6:54am from michaelmd @uncnsrd
has anyone found a jvm that is usable and not enormous? (as in you
have to set aside *huge* amounts of ram for it)
taanstaafl. the jvm's GC design philosophy favors throughput over footprint...
Sep 24 2012 1:57pm from Spell Binder @uncnsrd
A little googling says that Oracle's (Sun's) JVM requires 64 MB of
That's kind of like saying you can run Windows 7 on a 1GB netbook. You can do it, but you'll have nothing left over for a typical moderate-sized application.
I think that's one reason that a number of modern, graphically intensive games include minimum and recommended system parameters. That way, you know what you'll get if you just do the minimum.
I have some large challenges ahead, and I could use some advise.
I'm headed up a team of programmers - and I'm suspect of their abilities.
Everything here is written in ASP and VB, with a smattering of .NET. The backend SQL server is still running on MS SQL 7.0.
There's a lot of fear in this organization, which has lead to stagnation.
Now, my first instinct is to hire new programmers, and re-write everything.
However, there is 13+ years of code base, and I'm afraid of losing things if we do that.
Also, I don't want to run roughshod over the guys who have been keeping the system running all this time. They know the skeletons, and in some ways have not been allowed to do a better job than they'd like. We count on them right now to keep things going.
As programmers, what do you think? Cut bait and start over? Allow the team who got us in to this mess to help get out?
From a hardware & network perspective, we're behind but those things can easily be overcome.
Any advise would be helpful, since it's been over 15 years since I worked in programming at all.
Also, if anyone knows any good programmers looking for work in the Westchester County (New York) area, drop me a message.
Thanks in advance!