alex at tweedly.net
Mon Jan 3 21:00:17 EST 2005
Dar Scott wrote:
> On Jan 3, 2005, at 3:34 PM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>> Dar Scott wrote:
>>> Those and other optimizations might do more optimizing than
>>> compiling. Scott Raney reported a 1000 fold performance increase in
>>> the enhancement of bugzilla 586 (which might have some nice side
>>> effect features).
>> Dude, that rocks! Thanks for submitting that request, and for
>> letting us know the ultra-cool result.
> Before that many methods had to be limited to or emphasize appending
> to avoid the heavy speed cost. Appending small amounts is efficient
> because Revolution seems to leave a tiny extra room to allow for it.
> This optimization for replacing same-size char chunks opens the door
> for alternate methods that can make image processing much faster or
> easier to understand.
I could use some help in reading (or interpreting) Bugzilla. BZ says
#586 is fixed (comment and "bug activity" in BZ last June) - but I can't
see anywhere that it says when it's fixed, what version the fix got
rolled into, or anything like that.
So 2 questions
1. Is this fix already in 2.5 ?
2. Where in BZ do you look for that info ?
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