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Re: Default of jit-lock-stealth-time

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: Re: Default of jit-lock-stealth-time
Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2007 13:13:45 +0100
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Juanma Barranquero skrev:
On 2/26/07, David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:

I don't have an opinion about the setting of the variable, but FWIW
I'm in Andreas' boat: I have it at default value, and I've never
noticed any ill effect.

I have the default as well. I have noticed that Emacs can take some CPU when it "should" be idle. However, for the most part, I can't say I noticed any ill effects either.

This is particularly noticeable if the noise level of your system
depends on the CPU load (like increased fan usage).

Would you be likely to notice this on your system?

Not at work's machine, but definitely on my home's laptop. And I
didn't notice it (not that it didn't happen, but if it *did* happen it
wasn't much of an issue).

I notice increased fan noice at work.

Perhaps a better metric would be: do you always have lots of buffers?
I don't. Most of the time I have perhaps two or three (non-special)
buffers open. I tend to quickly close any buffer I'm not working on.

I usually have something like 50-200 buffer. Reloading the desktop is not very fast :-)

        Jan D.

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