[Xcb] [Bug 4232] xlsclients much too slow over network
vtorri at univ-evry.fr
Wed Sep 2 14:25:42 PDT 2009
On Wed, 2 Sep 2009, Barton C Massey wrote:
> In message <4A9E93F4.9090104 at opentext.com> you wrote:
>> - If I calculate it correctly, this version should operate in roughly
>> (deepest_window_tree + 1) round trips. The previous version used roughly
>> ((average_tree_depth * average_tree_width * 2 + number_of_atoms) *
>> number_of_toplevel_windows) round trips. Where number_of_atoms is 2 by
>> default (5 when the -l "verbose" switch is given), and "tree depth"
>> excludes windows below any window with WM_STATE set.
> Yow. That should help. I'll try to find time to try it
> today across my DSL line.
>> - Most of those round-trips were spent in
>> XmuClientWindow, and most of the rewrite was open-coding
>> XmuClientWindow so it could be run in parallel.
> I'd never looked at XmuClientWindow before. Gug.
> Again, thanks much. I'll try to do some of your code review
> stuff in the next few days unless someone else gets to it.
> Do we have standard m4 templates around for autotooling XCB
> progs? If not, shouldn't we?
autotooling XCB prog ? what do you mean ?
If you mean linking a prog against XCB, there is no need, as libxcb has
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