Follow-up Comment #2, bug #21314 (project freeciv):

> Could you test with crosser-based builds to see if there's 
> equivalent difference between gtk2- and gtk3-clients there?
Good thought. There isn't; in the S2_5 crosser build I tried, Gtk2 and Gtk3
are equivalently responsive (although there were occasional long pauses in
both), and about as responsive as cproc's Gtk2 client.

This is with freeciv-win32-2.4.99-alpha-r23559.zip, crosser-0.11.1.

Comparing versions of vaguely-graphics-related libraries used by
freeciv-gtk3.exe (based on Windows resource version information in DLLs,
unless otherwise stated):


                            cproc   crosser
libgtk-3-0.dll              3.6.4     3.6.4
libgdk-3-0.dll              3.6.4     3.6.4
libgdk_pixbuf-2.0-0.dll    2.26.5    2.28.2
libcairo-2.dll             1.10.2?  1.12.14? [both from strings(1)]
SDL.dll                  1.2.14.0  1.2.14.0
libpango-1.0-0.dll (etc)   1.30.1    1.34.1
libglib-2.0-0.dll (etc)    2.34.3    2.36.3


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