Re: Is GTK+ 3.x 2x slower than GTK+ 2.x?
- From: Sergei Steshenko <sergstesh yahoo com>
- To: gtk-list gnome org, Michael Torrie <torriem gmail com>
- Subject: Re: Is GTK+ 3.x 2x slower than GTK+ 2.x?
- Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2011 11:44:29 -0700 (PDT)
--- On Sun, 7/24/11, Michael Torrie <torriem gmail com> wrote:
> From: Michael Torrie <torriem gmail com>
> Subject: Re: Is GTK+ 3.x 2x slower than GTK+ 2.x?
> To: gtk-list gnome org
> Date: Sunday, July 24, 2011, 9:26 AM
> On 07/23/2011 08:30 PM, Sergei
> Steshenko wrote:
> > File a bug.
> Filing such a broad bug report isn't likely to be that
> helpful. The OP
> was kind enough to provide some pseudo-benchmarking
> code. Perhaps with
> the help of the mailing list community the actual causes of
> slowdowns can be determined, and then bug reports filed on
> each of these
> specific issues. Surely there are folks on this list
> that know where
> some inefficiencies are. The OP was asking, "why is
> this slower?" The
> core glib stuff isn't dramatically altered from
> before. What about the
> drawing api? Is client-side windowing and events
> Something in Cairo? Does this problem happen only on
> Linux? What about
> the Quartz or Win32 branches?
> gtk-list mailing list
> gtk-list gnome org
All of these are relevant questions.
But a bug report is a responsibility of some _paid_ developers, so their
managers will be nagging the developers to resolve the issues.
I.e. the bug report will hopefully appear on somebody's "to do" list. And
it is good.
Actually, the release notes of gtk+ series should have included some
benchmarks on various OSes/with various backends.
I.e. the bug report should be files first, and the research should be
going after it.
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