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David CARLIER
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After eight
... Not really mentioning here the famous mint chocolate brand here :-) most likely, for who is interested, LLVM 8 branching had been done just today as scheduled, now time to pass on to the testers people/doc writers/... ! Normally the real release date is...
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Let's encrypt while we still can !
Hello folks, A bit of freshness starts to show up in Dublin, at least it reminds us it's January after all :-) But that does not slow down by any mean the creative process. First things ... about BSD Meetups, we wanted to do it in December so apologies we f...
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6.5 on its way
Hi dear folks, For those who (dare to) use OpenBSD, here is a draft of the summary of the changelog for the next 6.5 version . Notably, finally the mips64 architecture got clang as arm64 and x86 (that is great) :-) there is further more network stack improv...
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Let's make all 2019's plans real ....
Happy new year folks ! Regardless the nature of your yearly endeavours ... from the very usual losing weight (but right after the last cake please ;-))/jogging 1 mile more/moving to this place you always wished ... to rewriting FreeBSD's userland in Rust (a...
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Merry Christmas folks !
Hope all is fine in your side wherever your plan is :-) Finally, the FreeBSD status report of this soon 2018 year ending is available . Notably, the Continuous Integration progress/improvements ; this is something never to neglects, regression tests are imp...
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FOSDEM and BSD ...
Was discussed already a while ago but there is again the next year the special BSD sessions within the famous FOSDEM. I share the same opinions as many other IT folks, FOSDEM is one of the most worthy event to go to. This year as you can see, there are enou...
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FreeBSD (future 13) following-up
Hi folks, Probably some of the FreeBSD current users had noticed already but clang/llvm 7.0.1 had been imported by @dim . By recompiling the whole system today, I was pleasantly surprised to see it happened sooner than I expected :) Glad to see that the r...
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capsicum into LLVM ... finally
Hi folks, In a previous post, I mentioned I worked into capsicum API interception into LLVM's sanitisers. Today, I was finally able to commit the last bits . Thanks to Ed Maste and also Mark Johnston who happily welcomed these with open armed (and pretty ea...
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Twelve number does not bring bad luck usually ...
... as a proof FreeBSD got the release right in schedule :-) No surprise for the usual users, it had been advertised, retweeted million of times (if not billions) and so on ... but that is good to know all went well ... Here are well summarised the most imp...
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Peel hash pee, back to the roots ...
Hi folks, Finally this week, PHP 7.3.0 was released (this 6th) with as you can see enough changes from the previous 7.2.x branch. Notably it replaces and embraces the pcre2 api which has less limitations and more thoughtful than pcre1 is. More importantly, ...
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