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Kristian Høgsberg

Lars Hjemli recently released a new version of cgit, the unbelievably fast web front-end for git.

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Kristian Høgsberg

Maybe you've wondered why, when you run xdpyinfo, the X server reports a bunch of identical looking visuals. And in fact, for all xdpyinfo and X cares, they are identical.

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Kristian Høgsberg

The git developers are doing a git survey again, follow this link to take it.

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There was a big discussion about enabling compiz by default in Fedora on fedora-devel list a couple of day

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Also known as AWESOME. Normally, when an application renders to an X window, the contents appear in the framebuffer immediately. The COMPOSITE extensions lets an application, typically the compositing manager, redirect that rendering to an offscreen pixmap.

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