And that's the problem, that SVN has crap handling of colliding values. They use their own homebrew NoSQL store, FSFS, which doesn't handle things like duplicates in any way because it's NoSQL and web scale and stuff, like MongoDB. So the message here is "don't build your app around a crap NoSQL database store", not "SHA-1 will kill you".
Anyway, I've gotta get back to my job shovelling pig shit, and administering anal suppositories to sick horses.
I didn't expect it to last. It was, after all, a beta meta.
So what we need is something better, to beat the beta meta. In other words a better beta meta beater.
Once you've taught bees how to play soccer and fish how to ride a bicycle, could you teach my cat how to use the litter box?
It's not just too many cores, it's too much everything. They've taken a crappy, underpowered chip that was trimmed to the bone to try and make something that competes with Arm, and are hacking on extras to make it sound more like a Xeon. In which case why not just use any non-Atom CPU, not necessarily a Xeon but just something that isn't as bare-bones as the Atom, and use that. Or an AMD G-series APU.
Or could this be Intel's trick, that they've taken a Core 2 Mobile CPU, scraped off the Penryn label, reprinted it as Atom++, and are shipping those?
A bit flip in the electronic voting machine added 4,096 extra votes to one candidate. The issue was noticed only because the machine gave the candidate more votes than were possible.
How could they tell this apart from standard operations on a Diebold machine?
Did the lack of this feature affect your buying decision?
Not at all. I was pointing out that the lack of a feature that I, and I'd guess about 99% of the rest of the market, never uses anyway isn't a big deal. As others have pointed out, this seems more like a means of appeasing the broadcaster lobby than something anyone really cares about.
What this issue is about are those who have the tuner hardware that is crippled or disabled by the vendor.
I haven't listened to radio in at least ten years (who needs to when there's streaming and MP3s), but I object to having the FM radio in my phone crippled like this. It should be my choice to ignore the radio, not the phone vendors.
I also hear. "you are not local". -_-
Quite right, too. This is a local job, for local people! There's nothing for you here!
You have mail.