Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread egger
On 20 Jul, somnorici wrote: I set the undo levels to zero and loaded an image. 9376 by 11488 pixels grayscale is 107,711,488 bytes. My display depth is 16 bits. It didn't take long to link this with the swap file, which after loading the image was 292,421,632 bytes, plus the 32 megs of tile

Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread kelly
On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 21:45:05 -, "somnorici " [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I set the undo levels to zero and loaded an image. 9376 by 11488 pixels grayscale is 107,711,488 bytes. My display depth is 16 bits. It didn't take long to link this with the swap file, which after loading the image was

Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread somnorici
That's the point: I need no alpha, layers or something. Just a rectangular selection for crop, flip and a simple striping plugin (which I wrote). And the swap file went to three times the size by just loading the image, not even moving or clicking the mouse, zero undo levels. 64 megs of ram is

Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread Tomas Ogren
On 23 July, 2000 - somnorici sent me these 2.8K bytes: Do you guys know of any open-source program for linux that does simple operations (rectangular select, crop, flip, and I'll write the striping thing) on huge images? That would save the reputation of Linux in front of those guys.

Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Sun, Jul 23, 2000 at 04:01:37PM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure if the projection buffer is constructed conservatively or not. As I recall projection is done bottom-up instead of top-down, which makes conservative construction difficult. I planned a top-down No matter what,

Re: The Gimp is wasting a lot of memory

2000-07-23 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Mon, Jul 24, 2000 at 12:16:30AM +0200, Tomas Ogren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: operations (rectangular select, crop, flip, and I'll write the striping thing) on huge images? That would save the reputation of Linux in front of those guys. ImageMagick? Available on just about every Unix,