Subject: Re: drawing performance
From: Tomas Frydrych (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Dec 17 2000 - 12:22:20 CST
This was just a thought; I have not done any profiling. My logic was
that (1) wordprocessing is intensive on str operations; (2) at least
on the x86 processor basic str operations can be done very
efficiently in assembler because of the dedicated str instructions.
I am aware of the x-platform issues, though.
> What has led you to this conclusion? I'm just curious
> to know what profiling you have done to look at the usage
> count and time spent on the string operations to determine
> that they are a bottleneck in the system.
> Thomas (boy this could get confusing)
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