It's just a matter of personal preference.fjb wrote:If you want development efficiency then and IDE is a good idea as you can also configure the tools involved. If you've been programming as long as I have then an IDE saves time
I find that hard to believe since Firefox uses less memory than Chrome in my experience, as well as all the benchmarks I've seen online.piglet wrote:Chromium runs OK. There's not enough memory or grunt to run Firefox as far as I know. I've not seen anyone mentioning having got it running.
Well, since it uses fixed-point arithmetic, float settings won't have any effect on it's performance.toots wrote:This is a library implementing fixed-point mp3 encoding. It is damn fast on the raspberry pi, even when compiled with soft floats.