I absolutely love the AOSP keyboard that comes in Nougat Lineage/RR but couldn't find any apk of it. Is there any good port of it that is not a botnet (Gboard)?
Any other good alternatives?
I've tried Vim and Sublime and I dislike both.
I'm looking for an editor that looks decent without me having to tweak everything, can be used for large projects (but isn't as bloated as an IDE), and supports a mouse mode. I mostly program in Python, C, C++.
Would you say emacs/spacemacs is worth it?
I like spacemacs myself
Why can't any other phone processor creator match the single thread performance of Apple processors?
Are they using hacks IRL?
It's not the hardware, it's the OS
iOS can't do nothing, but when it does something, does it fast; Android does everything, but does it "good enough"
Nowadays mobile OS are utterly shit, I just thing that Android is the piece of shit that doesn't sink in this big sea of diarrhea. Let's hope for Fuchsia
Has anyone used Solus? If yes, what are your thoughts? I'm considering making it my primary distro.
This is the future you chose.
they should move all their production and design to Israel
jews have superior IQ anyways.. AMD will get BTFO
>Made an imageboard
How can I invite many people to my website T.T
alright, /g/. been a longtime lurker here, posting for the first time. Gonna be buying a laptop in the near future, need something that I'll be able to run some vidya at at least medium-high settings (Fallout 4, No Man's Sky, The Witcher 3) at a bearable framerate. I also need to be able to edit 1080p video without the thing exploding. Suggestions?
I had to disable my windows 7 dns client because I installed a huge hosts file
is it ok to disable the default dns client? what are the cons?
>He fell for the "big hosts files slows your computer down" meme
Unless you are using a Pentium 4 or older crap having a big hosts file wont have any impact on performance
Why does Google need 45 different messaging apps, most of which duplicate each other?
>video/audio call app
>MVNO and voicemail app
>two fucking email apps
>social network that uses hangouts for messaging
>retarded usenet-ish thing
>45 different messaging apps
what does your pic mean
Not everyone has the mathematical inclination to be a successful programmer, and trying to push people towards it is nonsensical. In a free society people flow to where their desires lead them.
This is no different from trying to make every child into a concert pianist, or realist painter. Whatever genetic component may contribute to these crafts, clearly not everyone has it, and not everyone is of the mindset to enjoy the work.
The sentiment of coding jobs disappearing in the future might hold some real validity as well. One thing is for sure and thats that there will be an inevitable bubble in the industry for code monkeys. India is churning out tens of thousands of hack job programmers per year, and right now western born peers are drops in a bucket competing for the same jobs.
>get tasked with bringing a CS major fresh off the boat from India up to speed with Jira and Selenium
>doesn't know what a command line is
>gets fired a few weeks in for shitting in a bucket in a janitor closet
I'm honestly not too worried.
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How do I fix fontrendering so that it doesn't look like this? I've seen this in Krita and KeePass.
>he fell for the functional programming meme
WHY IS JAVA SO FUCKING HARD ?!?!?!!!?!!?!?!
you guys told me that if i learn C everything else would be easy to learn. well it's not fucking true!!
>One of the most documented languages
>One of the most verbose languages
>One of the most used languages
>Several trillion guides and tutorials on every aspect of the language
Maybe you should drop programming and pick up sociology. Or cooking.
>writing code involving timestamps
>use 32 bit int
Have fun 2030s fags.
So does chkdsk or sfc/scannow actually work /g/? Ive got the blue screen of death multiple times and chldsk and sfc/scannow still couldn't find any drive errors.
Try it remotely with an install dvd.
Here's a paste from my os repair cheat sheet that I keep:
Windows install disc. Choose repair. Then repair tools (or whatever) just go for more repair. Then there will be list of repair tools and choose the command prompt.
sfc /scannow /offbootdir=f:\ /offwindir=f:\windows
replace 'f' with drive indicated at the top of the menu of repair tools. It will say for windows on drive 'letter'.
If that doesn't work you might have to reinstall but it usually makes it at least a bit better.
That doesn't look like a drive error tho.
Actually, dism offers similar functionality for windows image servicing and I have no idea what's better. Just m$ things I guess.