On Thu, 29 Mar 2007 20:38:43 +0200 Tilman Sauerbeck <tilman@...>
actually tilmans cleanup might be nicer to take for now - this is good. it
actually does get a noticable seedup - maybe i should audit evas for pointless
malloc and other mem calls during rendering to minimise overhead. in cvs.
> Cedric BAIL [2007-03-29 17:58]:
> > Another little patch that potentially break every thing and need
> > review. To make the story short, when you have a lot of image on the screen
> > with many cliping, you are creating and destroying many time Cutout_Rect
> > object. So I changed the code to do less allocation/destruction. It also
> > break the API used by the engine, so a patch for them is needed.
> Looks good in general.
> I attached a modified version of your patch where I removed some
> In evas_common_draw_context_cutouts_del(), I renamed "delta" to "index".
> "delta" implies (for me) that it's the difference between two values,
> but it really is an index ;)
> I also removed some unrelated changes that crept into the patch, like
> that "error_data" enum that wasn't referenced anywhere, and a few
> whitespace-only changes.
> Not sure whether I'm brave enough to commit this :)
> A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
> Q: Why is top-posting such a bad thing?
> A: Top-posting.
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