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Google releases Neatx NX server

Google releases Neatx NX server

Posted Jul 29, 2009 19:38 UTC (Wed) by michaeljt (subscriber, #39183)
In reply to: Google releases Neatx NX server by dlang
Parent article: Google releases Neatx NX server

The idea is that tools like powertop and latencytop spur people into action over this sort of thing. So what is the tool for measuring the sore spots in an applications use of Xlib, so that those parts can be replaced with direct use of XCB?


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Google releases Neatx NX server

Posted Jul 29, 2009 20:46 UTC (Wed) by dlang (subscriber, #313) [Link]

the easy thing here would be to have a developer use X over a network and introduce artificial latancy to the connection (which I believe can be done via iptables commands)

if you add a fraction of a second latency you shouldn't notice it for most things, but if you see points in your code start taking significantly more time they are dong many serialized round trips.


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