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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small cache changes

From: Massimiliano Maini
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Small cache changes
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 10:15:42 +0100

I've uploaded to gnubg.org the gui/cli exes wih the lates cache code (20090224) compiled with -O2
and -O3. If anyone wants to run a few tests on them, just download and unzip into your gnubg
installation directory (20090218), the new exes will not overwrite the old ones.


address@hidden wrote on 23/02/2009 21:27:19:

> I've done some experimenting with the cache code and ended up changing very
> little o). I should have fixed the minor #Q.00 analysis output problem (so Max
> you should be able to build with -O3 if you changed that).
> The cache setting in the options dialog now tells you how much
> memory the cache
> is using, I found that my sample position got notable quicker as thecache was
> made larger, flattening out at about the 175mb level.
> There's every chance that I may have messed up things, so hopefully someone
> could give the code a quick go to see if it's ok (maybe we should
> have some unit
> test code to check the major things are ok?). If anyone is keen enough to try
> rolling out some positions with different cache sizes I'd like to
> know how that
> goes.
> Jon
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