CPU use sky-rocketing: GLX2 or Rev or me?"

Jerry Daniels jerry at daniels-mara.com
Tue Mar 18 14:11:22 EDT 2008

Len, there is one other potential CPU-eater: creating and deleting  
objects en masse. If you lock messages before do so, the IDE in  
general will thank you as it has lists of objects to maintain.

On Mar 18, 2008, at 12:57 PM, Mark Talluto wrote:

> On Mar 18, 2008, at 7:46 AM, Len Morgan wrote:
>> When I watch the Windows Task Manager, it is Revolution that is  
>> taking 60-100% of the CPU time so I'm not sure where else to look.   
>> Perhaps there has been some sort of Windows update that doesn't  
>> show up in the TaskManager.  GLX is still usable,
>> just slow at times.
> I use Glx2 *all* day long and could not imagine life without it.   
> With that in mind, problems are problems and solutions must be  
> found.  If you are seeing strange cpu usage, have you tried running  
> without to see what happens?  In most cases, high cpu usage results  
> in something the app you are developing is doing.  Glx2 does do some  
> simple polling, but this is so mild you should not even notice it.   
> And it is only doing it for a few secs when a mouse is moving.
> Mark Talluto
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