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    HHVM commits for the week ending 2016-02-05 [coding.simon.geek.nz] This week includes crash fixes, more compatibility with PHP, more killing of IDL (one file to go!) and a speed boost for HHVM running in interp mode. (...)Read the rest of HHVM commits for the week e…
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      @keita I suspect it’ll have almost no effect on non-tech people.
      simon_w
        HHVM commits for the week ending 2016-01-29 [coding.simon.geek.nz] There's a couple of fixes for Reflection and some work on the fancy register-allocation part of the JIT this week. The post HHVM commits for the week ending 2016-01-29 appeared first on Coding Aloud.
        simon_w
          @33mhz I’ve been binge watching SG1 recently. So much fun :)
          simon_w
            HHVM commits for the 4 weeks ending 2016-01-22 [coding.simon.geek.nz] Quite a bit has happened in HHVM over the last 28 days, with the most exciting for users being the introduction of a new operator into Hack.
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              Also, I should probably go to work :(
              simon_w
                The noises this baby magpie makes reminds me of Pingu.
                simon_w
                  @jws I’ve had responses to radars :p @cgiffard
                  simon_w
                    @cgiffard though, really, if you want to use issues as anything other than a task list, you shouldn’t be using Github for them.
                    simon_w
                      @cgiffard this is issues reported to Github, rather than issues on Github.
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                        @cgiffard or seen, or actioned in any way.
                        simon_w
                          @cgiffard currently, issues are crap and Github doesn’t provide any sort of indication that something’s happening (lack of dev-related transparency basically)
                          simon_w
                            @jws The main thing to do, that I almost never see, is to research what’s available and decide based on that. Far too many just follow the crowd. @keita
                            simon_w
                              @jws I self host, currently using GitLab CE. Level of entry is still exactly the same (OAuth is great) and I actually have a much better issue tracking system (which is what the current realisation is about) @keita
                              simon_w
                                @keita I’ve brought it up with every project I’ve been a part of that’s moved to Github. Sadly, following the “hip” trends tends to win out over common sense :(
                                simon_w
                                  Looks like the OSS community is slow realising that Github isn’t very open.
                                  simon_w
                                    @keita yeah, you can ignore server and embedded versions :)
                                    simon_w
                                      @keita nope. IE 9 on Vista is still supported.