Slow Performance - Update

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Mon Nov 8 11:52:08 EST 2010


You might try opening a low level file and then updating that file with date time stamps for every major step you do in the code. That would give you some info about where the time is going. 

Bob


On Nov 6, 2010, at 4:23 PM, Peter Haworth wrote:

> I guess I was too hasty in accusing LiveCode 4.5 of performance issues!  I rebuilt my application using Rev Studio 4.0 using the same code base and the performance issues are still there in the standalone.
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> So the issue now is that the problem doesn't occur in the IDE, only in the standalone and I don't see any code that distinguishes between the two environments.  I've isolated the problem down to some code that loads entries into option menus by querying my SQLite database.  I've checked the timing of the SQLite query and nothing seems awry there.
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> Does anyone have any tips on how to debug something like this in a standalone without using a large number of "answer information" statements or any tips on things that work fine in the IDE but perform slowly in a standalone?  The only major code change I can think of is that I am using the long name of various controls and I used to use the unique ID, but once again why would that cause a problem in a standalone and not in the IDE.
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> Any suggestions most welcome!
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> Pete Haworth
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