[Lazarus] Performance of GTK 2 and CE

Osvaldo Filho arquivostcf at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 16:17:24 CET 2008


Please, sorry.
I omit the fact that i talk about in LTSp Client machine.

2008/11/6 Osvaldo Filho <arquivostcf at gmail.com>

> Sorry my english.
>
> One time a go, i test this, the problem appear with "click" the mouse but
> when i use "space bar" to push a button the speed is normal!
>
> 2008/11/6 Mark Morgan Lloyd <markMLl.lazarus at telemetry.co.uk>
>
> Graeme Geldenhuys wrote:
>> > On 11/6/08, AleŇ° Katona <almindor at gmail.com> wrote:>  I've recently
>> moved to freeBSD 64bit and was forced to use the OSS radeon driver, and my
>> gtkperf result went from ~55s to ~5s.>>  Try gtkperf on your machine and see
>> what you get. If any test takes more than few seconds, there's something
>> wrong, either your theme, or your driver.>
>> > Holly crap!!! I have heard about 'gtkperf', but have never run itbefore.
>> I did so now on my PC. P4 2.2GHz with 1GB ram and integratedATI video card
>> running Ubuntu 7.10 (32bit).
>> > I couldn't believe the difference it makes when you switch
>> betweenthemes. The exact same PC, just different themes!!  Here are
>> myresults:
>> > 28s - Custom (mixture of what I like)21s - Bluecurve26s - ClearLook24s -
>> Human17s - Mist43s - Crux
>> > Wow, not all themes are created equal!  :-)
>>
>> I'll investigate but I'd add that I'm running KDE rather than Gnome. I'd
>> not expect theming to get in the way in this case but I suppose that
>> there is a possibility that gtk2 is looking for some sort of setup info
>> that's missing and failing with no grace whatsoever.
>>
>> Thinking about it, I'm pretty sure I see the same problem with Slackware
>> 12.1 on x86 so it's not Debian-specific.
>>
>> --
>> Mark Morgan Lloyd
>> markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk
>>
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