Squeak windows redraw in Linux...
giovanni at corriga.net
Wed Mar 7 12:23:06 UTC 2007
Il giorno mer, 07/03/2007 alle 12.05 +0100, Elod Kironsky ha scritto:
> Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> > On Mar 7, 2007, at 11:35 , Elod Kironsky wrote:
> >> Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> >>> On Mar 7, 2007, at 10:57 , Elod Kironsky wrote:
> >>>> I guess this topic was already discussed, but I have a very bad
> >>>> redraw rate of windows in morphic. I
> >>>> use Fedora Core 6 with 3.9-8 VM and have direct rendering enabled
> >>>> (I don't know if it relevant). Now
> >>>> when I run Squeak, the windows are redrawn very slowly. If you ever
> >>>> tried to use Windows without
> >>>> the proper graphic drivers (e.g. Windows built-in VESA compliant
> >>>> driver) with a higher resolution, you
> >>>> know what I am talking about. Can this anyhow be fixed?
> >>> Do you mean it's slower than Windows rendering, or generally slow?
> >> Generally slow. Windows rendering is OK for me. I just wanted to make
> >> a general example with Windows. Not
> >> related to Squeak.
> > Well, then it may not be Linux related at all. Squeak drawing
> > performance has slowed down a lot over the last view years. The low
> > point was 3.8. You might try a 3.9 image to see if it feels faster.
> I suspect a little misunderstanding here. I'm using Squeak VM 3.9-8 and
> the final 3.9 image. Under Windows it just works fine, under Linux
> however, the redraw performance of morphic windows is
> very slow. You can imagine how slow it is, if you install Windows
> (without any extra drivers), set a higher resolution and try to move any
> window of any application. You will get the same symptom.
Have you tried closing all the windows that use TTF Fonts?
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