[Geany-devel] [patch] Improved documents list sorting
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Tue Apr 27 16:05:05 UTC 2010
Enrico Tröger a écrit :
> On Tue, 27 Apr 2010 16:54:48 +0200, Enrico wrote:
>> On Mon, 26 Apr 2010 15:42:25 +0200, Colomban wrote:
>> It might be better to take the more memory to get a little more speed,
>> i.e. to not loose too much speed :(.
>> Sorting of the list happens on each newly opened document and maybe on
>> closing documents and even when switching tabs as I just noticed while
> We don't re-sort on closing documents.
> So, in contrary to my previous opinion, I'd vote to go the easy way and
> compute the keys on each run instead of polluting the memory.
I just did naive and inexact benchmarks (with a watch, haha), and it
seems that the naive solution is not so slow (tested with "only" 300
files: 122s vs 125s ); and the more complex solution seems to be as
fast as without any special sorting function.
So I think I'll vote too for the naive solution - and anyway, is there
anybody here that uses an editor with 300 files at once?
But but but… opening 300 empty files with no filetype (loaded as None)
took more than 120s! Even though Gedit took 89s to load the same 300
files, I think there is a little problem somewhere. Investigating this
would be interesting.
> Ok, the re-sorting on tab switching was wrong and should be fixed in
> SVN now. Not strictly related to whole topic but nice that we found it
> by talking about the topic :).
Nice one :)
 But this is not precise, might be actually 123s vs. 124s…
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