RossBoylan at stanfordalumni.org
Mon Jan 27 17:18:15 UTC 2003
I just noticed that I can consume about all my CPU just by hovering
the mouse over an empty area of a spreadsheet-like widget I've made.
Does anyone have any advice about how to improve this situation other
than "don't do that"? :)
The significant points, I think, are that I have a TwoWayScrollPane
with MyGrid morph inside it. MyGrid in turn contains 1234 morphs.
I should mention it's not perfectly regular, but it does have rows.
When I time the activity, a lot is going into
MorphicEventDispatcher>>dispatchDefault:with:. Under that a
significant amount of time goes into some transformation methods; I
think that's because I'm in a ScrollPane.
When I hover over one of the 1234 morphs, I don't use much CPU; it's
just when I'm outside this happens.
It seems the problem is both that there are a lot of morphs on the
list, and that the result of the first search is not cached, so it
One route would be to make RowMorphs; this would reduce the search
list by a factor of 10.
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