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12:00 AM
@CanadianLuke ahh he just needs a RSS feeds filter, and sort, downloader, with folder sort compare and install :-) piece of cake.
 
sure we dont grunt anymore just gulp :-) aliens i tell ya.
 
Which dosen't work either
Prolly need to grab an LTS to try
 
12:26 AM
you cheated, they havent turned on the Hats yet :-)
 
@Psycogeek woof woof
 
If you don't cheat, You arn't trying hard enough. If you get caught, I didn't tell you that ;)
 
12:49 AM
What is an average real ram use for Chrome ? would you say more than 250M ? or does a person have to go nuts before it gets there?
superuser.com/questions/844642/… <--- this dude 4gig ram, and talks like a "sudden" slowdown. i look Chrome, First thing I would say is either Get freaking ram, or use a browser that does not utalise it so much?
Ohh it is slow. So i do some quick calculation, Damn straight. Paging to disk or re-getting stuff from disk when paged out, is 100TImes slower than ram. so if a person was paging (been there done that) it sucks terrible.
 
I suggest lynx ;P
 
If you were driving down the freeway at 100KPH , and your car had to do paging, you might as well get out and walk :-)
If you were using Chrome in said car, to navigate to your destination, it would be better to close chrome, and get out and ask for directions :-)
 
Bob
@Psycogeek Don't ask me about average browser RAM usage! :P
<=== outlier
 
1:06 AM
Oh bob then what is your firefox browser ram usage on average?
Heck even IE when opening all Tabs as seperated processes (crash prevention) can take quite a bit.
 
Bob
@Psycogeek Range: ~800 MB - 3 GB
It crashes at 3 GB from the 32-bit limit.
On the laptop, it's usually 1-1.5 GB
On the desktop... 1-2.5 GB, but I think there's a graphics driver memory leak.
 
oh well that would be a hefty chunk for a 4gig machine sharing ram with the gpu.
 
Bob
Usually 200-300 tabs, 10-30 active tabs.
@Psycogeek Well, if you're not really doing anything else then it's not too bad.
IIRC Chrome tends to use somewhat more memory than FF. Part of that is the multiprocess overhead.
 
Starting CyanogenMod for the first time.
Google Apps installed.
 
@Bob uh? Firefox not 64-bit yet?
 
1:13 AM
First boot will take a while...
@Braiam It's a work in progress, as far as I can tell.
 
Linux already have 64-bit binaries...
 
@Braiam The big issue is plugin compatibility
They are phasing out the legacy NPAPI, though
 
IE is taking about 50megs for each simple web pages/Tab process. 20 tabs would be about 1 gig already. (assuming i can do math, which i cant)
 
Firefox 33.1.1 on Windows. 26 tabs open in four tab groups, some quite heavy (e.g. Wikia pages). About 660 MB memory usage.
 
1:33 AM
640MB resident, 1959MB Virtual, 329MB in window objects (the actual pages), 738MB explicit
 
Bob
@Braiam They abandoned 64-bit Windows binaries a while ago. But they're reintroducing them in a few versions.
@DragonLord The use of a separate plugin container process solves that.
Or at least it should be easily able to solve that.
@DragonLord I can't effectively use tab groups... too many tabs :P
 
@Bob apparently it's available wiki.mozilla.org/Firefox/win64
 
Bob
1:52 AM
@Braiam ...how do you figure that?
You just linked to the planning page. Planning.
There's been 64-bit Nightly builds for a while, and both third-party 64-bit builds and first-party 64-bit build-from-source options. But there currently is no first-party pre-built 64-bit release binary available.
 
@Bob err... it says that they are rolling out for Nightly, so there are 64-bits build
 
Bob
@Braiam There has been Nightly 64-bit builds for years.
But that's Nightly.
As far as I, or anyone sane, is concerned, Nightly is not fit as a primary browser.
When you look for browser native 64-bit support, you look at what the release version supports.
Nightly is basically "if it doesn't work, report a bug. we'll get around to it sometime. oh, you need to use it? tough luck, don't use Nightly"
Of course, serious bugs tend to be fixed fairly quickly, but there's zero stability in Nightly.
Incidentally, the actual tracking bug is here: bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=880004
I've been watching that for a while.
 
2:23 AM
well if it leaks like a sieve being allowed to abuse only a few gigs (32bit) would be good :-)
 
Humans are wierd
Why would someone throw food into a vat of oil that's on fire?
 
2:38 AM
@Bob ...or at least give us a 64-bit Firefox Developer Edition...
 
 
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Bob
3:50 AM
using ContosoInternationalisation.Contoso.IO.Export;
using ContosoInternationalisation.Contoso.IO.Import;
using ContosoInternationalisation.Contoso.IO;
using Newtonsoft.Json.Linq;
using Ookii.Dialogs;
using System;
using System.Collections.Concurrent;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.IO;
using System.Linq;
using System.Runtime.Serialization;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using System.Windows.Forms;
ow
 
@Bob this hurts my brain.
how about using System.* lol. there we go
Although i guess that may not necessarily work... but eh
 
Bob
@SimonSheehan .NET doesn't work that way.
Those are all namespaces.
 
@Bob oh I see. Only ever used Java hahaha, just limited experience
 
Bob
The Java equivalent would have a .* on the end of each of those.
@SimonSheehan Think of a namespace as a package. Kinda.
 
Right, makes sense.
 
Bob
3:58 AM
In C#, you don't using individual classes.
Hm. I could actually drop a bunch of those. They're no longer used o.O
 
Good thing I don't program anymore ;)
 
Bob
Eh, these are automatically managed by the IDE anyway.
I just happened to scroll up to the top
 

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