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Re: [Orgmode] org-mode on sloooow computer

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] org-mode on sloooow computer
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 07:03:46 +0200

On Apr 24, 2009, at 12:10 AM, Eric S Fraga wrote:

Carsten Dominik writes:
8-10 seconds, that is a lot.

Yes, I agree :( On my desktop, it takes a /trivial/ amount of time,
definitely under a second.  But the Asus is much much slower,
especially as most of the system resides on an SD memory card which is
not particularly fast.  I should say that the .org files searched by
the agenda take up about 0.5 MB.

When in agenda view, when org-agenda-goto-date is invoked (typically
with 'j'), the agenda view is regenerated for today's date
regardless of
which date I am currently viewing, before allowing me to input a date.

I don't think I can reproduce this.

Which part can you not reproduce?

When I have the agenda on an arbitrary date, pressing "j" does *not* first switch the agenda to today.

Even on my fast desktop, if I'm
viewing the daily agenda for May 10th (say), when I hit 'j', I get the
calendar window displayed, the agenda window updates to show the
current date's agenda items and I can then type in a new date in the
mini-buffer.  This happens quite quickly but it *does* happen.

On the Asus, it all happens much much more slowly.  Removing what
seems to me to be a redundant agenda view update would speed things up
tremendously.  It's not unbearable because the benefits of using
org-mode are well worth it but it does mean that I use org-mode more
cautiously on the Asus than I would otherwise.

I will delve into the org-agenda code!


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