"CodeSourcery Offers Cell-based Developer Kit"

Discussion in 'CellPerformance@B3D' started by epicstruggle, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. epicstruggle

    epicstruggle Passenger on Serenity
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    http://www.internetnews.com/dev-news/article.php/3686111
    ps:Not sure if this is appropriate for this subforum, if not could a mod move it to the proper one. thanks
     
  2. Nesh

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    Should anything related to Cell be posted in this forum?
     
  3. Carl B

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    No, not so absolute a rule... as yet. We'll let you know as we figure it out! :razz:
     
  4. Gradthrawn

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    Oh, I see how it is. You're trying to segregate the Cellots! Just because they're different than the rest! It's because of their parallel nature, isn't it? :lol: :lol:
     
  5. Carl B

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    Well, it's really not like that at all... what you see here is a sub-forum whose announcement (and explanation) has not yet been made. In the next day or two, these things will happen, and it will all become clear. I promise it's all on the up-and-up. :cool:
     
  6. Mike Acton

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    Totally appropriate here. Discussion of Cell-related development tools is definitely on-topic.

    Mike.
     
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