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Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

From: Samuel Loury
Subject: Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2016 09:01:16 +0100
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Eric S Fraga <address@hidden> writes:

> On Sunday,  6 Mar 2016 at 20:26, Samuel Loury wrote:
>> Samuel Loury <address@hidden> writes:
>> [...]
>>> I will clean the *elc files and send another report. I will also
>>> deactivate the advises not to pollute the results.
>> Actually, profiler reports don't look really easy to read. I provide one
>> in here but I don't know if it is helpful.
> Your previous profiler report was easier to read... what did you do
> differently this time?

Hmmm... Honestly, I don't know. I am not sure how the profiler works and
what is THE way to share reports.

I will investigate the topic and share a more readable report if I find
some time.

IMHO, it is less (but still) annoying to wait a minute for the data to
be processed than having to use the emacs interface to access the
data. In that sense, I am spending more efforts in finding a way to
control emacs with another user interface (most likely using Kivy for
the UI and pymacs for the interaction with emacs) than in finding a way
to make org mode more efficient.

My best,
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