Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 7th Apr 2011 18:28 UTC, submitted by David Holm
General Development "This release includes 6 months of development that provide major enhancements and new features over the LLVM 2.8 release. LLVM 2.9 includes much better optimization and code generation than LLVM 2.8 (particularly for modern ARM targets), improved support for C++'0x in Clang, and a much more mature LLDB."
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RE: Comment by t3RRa
by Stratoukos on Thu 7th Apr 2011 23:58 UTC in reply to "Comment by t3RRa"
Stratoukos
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2009-02-11

Majorly off-topic, but I was under the impression that people from the southern hemisphere still named the seasons as we do. So that, for example, you still called the June-August period 'Summer', even though it's cold.

Am I wrong?

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RE[2]: Comment by t3RRa
by squelart on Fri 8th Apr 2011 00:37 in reply to "RE: Comment by t3RRa"
squelart Member since:
2007-03-22

Yes you are!

June-August is winter here in Australia.
Xmas is in summer, though Santa is still fully clothed despite the usual 40C/100F+ heat waves.
etc. ;-)

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RE[3]: Comment by t3RRa
by thavith_osn on Fri 8th Apr 2011 07:58 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by t3RRa"
thavith_osn Member since:
2005-07-11

Summer = warmer, Winter = cooler in most places in the world, so we are currently in Autumn (Fall) here in Australia, the northern hemisphere is in Spring.

The only places that don't really care about seasons seem to be near the equator. They have a wet season and dry season. I spent a bit of time in Malaysia and pretty much every day is 32C and hot :-)

Even Antarctica has a Summer and Winter...

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RE[2]: Comment by t3RRa
by twitterfire on Fri 8th Apr 2011 16:51 in reply to "RE: Comment by t3RRa"
twitterfire Member since:
2008-09-11

Majorly off-topic, but I was under the impression that people from the southern hemisphere still named the seasons as we do. So that, for example, you still called the June-August period 'Summer', even though it's cold.

Am I wrong?


Iz rlly nuthin, but ai jus haz 2 say dis: teh winterz iz nut liek teh sumerz.

http://i52.tinypic.com/wugjzt.jpg

Edited 2011-04-08 17:04 UTC

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RE[2]: Comment by t3RRa
by chekr on Sun 10th Apr 2011 23:19 in reply to "RE: Comment by t3RRa"
chekr Member since:
2005-11-05

Majorly off-topic, but I was under the impression that people from the southern hemisphere still named the seasons as we do. So that, for example, you still called the June-August period 'Summer', even though it's cold. Am I wrong?


You must be American

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