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Fedora 33: libfprint 2020-f997de7d0e>

Update of fprintd and libfprint. There are two main tests: * Check that enroll still works (and requires a password) * Check that no other USB devices become unusable (e.g. mouse suddenly lags until clicked) Important changes: * Require authentication … Continue Reading — Fedora...

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Fedora 33: fprintd 2020-f997de7d0e>

Update of fprintd and libfprint. There are two main tests: * Check that enroll still works (and requires a password) * Check that no other USB devices become unusable (e.g. mouse suddenly lags until clicked) Important changes: * Require authentication … Continue Reading — Fedora...

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[$] Speeding up CPython

Python, at least in the CPython reference implementation, is not a particularly speedy language. That is not at all surprising to anyone who has used it—the language is optimized for understandability and development speed, instead. There ha… Continue Reading — [$] Speeding up CPython

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[$] Speeding up CPython

Python, at least in the CPython reference implementation, is not a particularly speedy language. That is not at all surprising to anyone who has used it—the language is optimized for understandability and development speed, instead. There ha… Continue Reading — [$] Speeding up CPython

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GTK 4.0

Version 4.0 of the GTK toolkit has been released. “It is impossible to summarize 4 years of development in a single post. We’ve written detailed articles about many of the new things in this release over the past year: Data transfers, Event controllers, Layout managers, Render...

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