Re: [Gegl-developer] VIPS and GEGL performance and memory usage comparison

As someone new to the gegl development list and seeing the performance numbers in that benchmark, I propose adding a asterisk * by each gegl number would help the reader understand that something is different with this library.  Then add the corresponding asterisk down by the statement, "GEGL is not really designed for batch-style processing -- it targets interactive applications, like paint programs."  Since gegl is the only interactive library in the list the asterisk works well enough and separating it out to a different table is not necessary.

Best regards,
-Adam Bavier

On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 2:58 PM, Sven Claussner <scl gplus gmail com> wrote:

the developers of VIPS/libvips, a batch image-processing library,
have a performance and memory usage comparison on their website,
including a GEGL test. [1]
Some days ago I told John Cupitt, the maintainer there, some issues
with the reported GEGL tests.
In his answer to me John points out that GEGL is a bit odd in this
comparison, because it is the only interactive image processing library
there. He therefore suggests to remove GEGL from this list.

What do you GEGL developers think - does anybody need these results so
GEGL should reside in this comparison or would it be OK, if John
removed it from the list?




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