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Re: [Bug-gnubg] speed of evaluation

From: Achim Mueller
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] speed of evaluation
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 22:52:47 +0100
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* Jim Segrave wrote on 20 Nov 2003:

> On Thu 20 Nov 2003 (09:18 +0100), Achim Mueller wrote:
> > hi folks,
> > 
> > how does it come that gnubg's evaluation of a move/cube decision
> > lasts appr. 10 or 20 times longer in the gui than in cli? I checked
> > this on different linux distributions, but not on MS Windows.
> I don't see a 10 to 20 times difference - analysing a match takes 10m
> 30 seconds in the gui version vs. 7m 25 when run with the -t command
> (FreeBSD, 2.3Mhz machine, match of 231 moves, analysed at
> Supremo). I've run a profiler in both modes and will have a look.

It is at least 10/20 times when considering moves ... I didn't 

> I thought it might be the Python thread, but ./configure
> --without-python and a make clean; make made no difference. The
> profiler output may give a clue.

I still think it's something concerning the graphic/gui itself.



PS. Jim, if you have the time I can give you an account at my pc in
Frankfurt (but I need your ssh public key then), will mirror my
gnubg directory and you compile and debug here. GUI will be awfully
slow while tunneled through ssh, but at least you may get the
debugging output.

achim mueller, anne-frank-str. 25, D-48431 rheine
+49 (0)5971 83767, +49 (0)163 8458340
pgp/gnupg key: 1024D/5DF3A722 (wwwkeys.de.pgp.net)

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