Calc: Further cache simulation results
noel.grandin at collabora.co.uk
Wed Oct 3 13:56:31 UTC 2018
On 2018/10/01 2:19 PM, Kohei Yoshida wrote:
>> On October 1, 2018 at 5:31 AM Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at collabora.com> wrote:
>> Kohei poked at a chunk of profiles like this in the past; probably
>> worth getting his input; any thoughts ?
> So, I believe when I reworked the internals of SvlListener & SvlBroadcaster to switch to unorderd_set back in 2013, I did consider using vector instead, but decided to stick with unordered_set. I don't remember the exact reasoning behind
For those who couldn't see the original discussion - the point of this was reducing the size of ScFormulaCell from 160
bytes to 108 bytes, to win some performance in the calc engine.
I have dropped it for now, since the results were not universally great - make sc.perfcheck shows small gains across
most of the results (1-5%), but a couple of large drops in performance (50% worse).
Another option would be to simply make the SvtListener an optional part of ScFormulaCell, since a lot of the time we are
listening via the associated formula group.
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