John,

Are you sure you got installed with openmp support? http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/Win32Port

Instead of mucking digging for checkboxes in the mingw installer I just opt to choose the "option "TDM-GCC recommended, All Packages" in the TDM-GCC 4.5.1 installer".

That should fix it for you.

Cheers,
Josh

2011/7/10 John Cliff <john.cliff@gmail.com>
latest devlibs dont seem to want to build it on win, giving an error
due to not finding -lgomp
fresh checkout, fresh devlibs and fresh mingw

Any ideas?

Cheers

John

2011/7/10 Krzysztof KosiƄski <tweenk.pl@gmail.com>:
> Hello all
>
> The branch at lp:~tweenk/inkscape/gsoc-caching contains the first
> testable features of my performance improvement project. The SVG
> drawing is rendered to a separate surface, so it doesn't need to be
> redrawn every time there is an editing control drawn over it. The
> responsiveness of path highlighting in complex documents is improved
> dramatically. If you turn off real-time updates of paths and leave
> only real-time updates of outlines on in node editor preferences,
> there is also a significant improvement in responsiveness when editing
> complex filtered paths.
>
> To fix some breakage with clipped groups (appears to be a Cairo
> problem, but I couldn't isolate it) I have substantially changed the
> rendering pipeline. Clipping paths are now rasterized and the drawing
> is composited with them using the IN operator. This allows us to
> handle nested clipping paths and clip-rule correctly. As an unrelated
> improvement, text objects can now be used as clipping paths.
>
> Regards, Krzysztof
>
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