[Pharo-project] Speeding up Pharo 1.1
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Sun Oct 17 07:31:32 EDT 2010
On 17 October 2010 01:37, Levente Uzonyi <leves at elte.hu> wrote:
> On Sat, 16 Oct 2010, Bart Veenstra wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> I have been working with Pharo for almost a month now, and I suspect
>> that the performance is degrading fast. UI tasks takes several seconds
>> to react to my keyboard.
> That kind of sluggishness is probably related to finalization/gc. Please
> send us the result of the following expression:
> (WeakArray classPool at: #FinalizationDependents)
> select: [ :each | each notNil ]
> thenCollect: [ :each | each class -> each size ]
> There's another source of sluggishness though. The input is only processed
> at every 10 milliseconds (actually more rarely, because there's at least 10
> ms delay between input processing).
> If I evalute [InputEventPollingFetcher eventPollPeriod: 1], then Pharo 1.1
> feels more responsive.
> Btw it would be better to use the input semaphore instead of polling for
> events, like Squeak does it. I wonder why was it changed.
because windows VM does not signaling input semaphore
>> At work we use VAST and I have experience with VW as well and those
>> smalltaks react to my keyboard and mouse actions instantly. But Pharo
>> works very sluggish.
>> My image is about 130MB because I have loaded all dutch postcode in
>> memory, but that should not affect the performance of general
>> operations like typing with the keyboard. I am not a fast typer, but
>> sometimes it takes seconds to show my keyboard input. I can't use the
>> down key to select the right method from suggestions, because it seems
>> to lockup completely.
>> Are there ways to speedup Pharo? I would love to use cogVM but I
>> haven't got gemtools working on it...
>> Will upgrading to 1.1.1 fix these issues?
>> Is my OS (Windows 7-64bit) causing these issues?
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