CPU use sky-rocketing: GLX2 or Rev or me?"
len-morgan at crcom.net
Tue Mar 18 15:04:15 EDT 2008
Hmmm. When I've noticed this problem, it's been right after loading a
few stacks (that make up my app) which I guess could constitute
"creating and deleting objects en masse." I usually start to work on
scripts at that point so maybe I just need to give it a few minutes to
"settle down" before I pass judgement.
Jerry Daniels wrote:
> 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
>> CANELA Software
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