What might be more efficient is constructing 2 bitmaps, one vertical
and one horizontal, at the height/width of the screen, caching them,
and rendering them at different offsets to achieve the rotating
They should not occupy much memory because they would be only a couple
of pixels wide or
> On October 3, 2015 at 2:48 AM Sylvain R wrote:
> 1. I am not sure if the method itself is very slow. Using a for loop around
> the call in the following code
> https://github.com/ereslibre/x11/blob/master/xrender/xrhello.c I am able to
> basically time a call
Sylvain R wrote:
> Any comments?
Disabling 'Use anti-aliasing' in Tools->Options->(generic) View should
use the fast path you described, without the need to modify the code.
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ously I'd love to get a proper solution in the Libreoffice
> Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2015 08:49:22 -0400
> From: libreoff...@kohei.us
> To: ross_...@hotmail.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [Calc] Bad rendering performance of &quo
I've found the Linux 'perf stat' tool to be an effective way to give you a nice callgraph and breakdown of where the CPU
is spending it's time without taking too long to perform the profiling.
Some nice tutorials here:
> On September 29, 2015 at 12:25 AM Sylvain R wrote:
> Sorry in advance if this is the wrong mailing list, I am basically trying to
> find a tiny bit of help to fix a rendering problem I have and hopefully submit
> a patch for it, or at least discuss the
Sorry in advance if this is the wrong mailing list, I am basically trying to
find a tiny bit of help to fix a rendering problem I have and hopefully submit
a patch for it, or at least discuss the problem.
I am having some serious rendering performance problems when I perform a copy