[haiku-bugs] Re: [Haiku] #8007: [app_server] fully unresponsive when resizing window of big textfile

#8007: [app_server] fully unresponsive when resizing window of big textfile
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   Reporter:  ttcoder        |      Owner:  axeld
       Type:  bug            |     Status:  new
   Priority:  normal         |  Milestone:  R1
  Component:  System/Kernel  |    Version:  R1/Development
 Resolution:                 |   Keywords:
 Blocked By:                 |   Blocking:  7882, 8136
Has a Patch:  0              |   Platform:  All
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Comment (by ttcoder):

 Regarding optimizing the BTextView inside StyledEdit,

 The curious thing is, the layout is quite fast in the "standard window
 width" case: the first time you open the big textfile, it opens very
 quickly. If there is a way to adapt the piece of code handling standard
 width to the other case (or, if the ''same'' code handles both cases, find
 out why it over-performs so much in the initial case, compared to its poor
 performance in the resized-window case) then that would be promising: one
 could optimize the general resizing without embarking into big class
 architectural changes.

 On the priority inversion front,

 This is yet another case where I decided to start something and didn't go
 far -- never went beyond downloading the sources and marking with a
 /*XXXX*/ some of the functions that I understood were relevant from
 bonefish's pointers. I got myself a Core 2 duo 'puter now, and understand
 what all the rage is about in Haiku circles ;-) -- this thing indeed feels
 fast; got all the responsiveness I had in BeOS in the olden days and more!

 And TuneTracker-Haiku will ship on dual-CPU systems, or so I hear from
 Dane, so little incentive there either to make it single-CPU friendly. I
 feel for those using Haiku on older machines though. I guess there's less
 and less of those anyway.

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Ticket URL: <http://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/8007#comment:33>
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