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Sun, 06 Jun 2010 21:05:54 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.50 (gnu/linux)
It seems that functionality-wise, the bidi code is almost as good as it
was before bidi. But performancewise, I experience some problems.
I recently started to compile without -DENABLE_CHECKING and other such
debugging code (tho still with -O0 and -g) and am seeing cases where
cursor motion is slow. The problem is most notable in operations such
as C-e or C-n/C-p (tho those tend to be fast enough as long as I'm in
Redisplay itself also seems to be noticeable slower at times.
This usually shows up after I open a few different buffers&frames (like
when I have 10 frames or more (each one showing a single file), where
most frames are sized 80x89).
With -DENABLE_CHECKING, -DXASSERTS, and -DFONTSET_DEBUG, the slowdown is
*very* noticeable, to the point of making Emacs sometimes painful
My machines range from Atom netbooks to core i7, so not "too old to
Stefan Monnier <=
- Re: Performance, Eli Zaretskii, 2010/06/07
- arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p (was: Performance), David Kastrup, 2010/06/07
- Re: arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p (was: Performance), Uday S Reddy, 2010/06/07
- Re: arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p, Chong Yidong, 2010/06/11
- Re: arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p, Stefan Monnier, 2010/06/11
- RE: arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p, Drew Adams, 2010/06/11
- Re: arrow keys vs. C-f/b/n/p, Uday S Reddy, 2010/06/11