On 16.07.11, you wrote:
On Sat, 16 Jul 2011 10:32:58 +0100, Bernd Roesch wrote:
>> This is a completely bogus/meaningless comparison. Firstly, a 100MHz
>> 68060 and a 100MHz PPC440 aren't going to be running at the same
>> speed. Even a 100MHz 68060 and a 100MHz 68040 aren't the same speed.
> between diffrent CPU and compiler can maybe 20-60% diffrence but the slowdown of OS4
> 3-5*.thats very large.You dont want compile netsurf SDL Version to see if your use of
> all down.
If that is what you are trying to achieve, then what you need to do is
compile NetSurf 2.7 Framebuffer-SDL for OS4, using the exact same
compiler with the exact same switches that I used, use a local page
for testing so there are no network variances, exact same window size
etc. If you do your tests under scientific conditions then maybe I
will take notice of the results.
i dont know if you understand, we do not talk about some % speed diffrence.we talk about
of 68k netsurf.
Its really hard to find a OS4 User that show his speed results.many OS4 users have a red
glass, and never show something that on OS4 look not good. I never want use OS4, i dont
Hyperion is able to do a revival of the Amiga as they announces 1,5 years before with the
that should come before summer 2010.
better is of course when find a classic OS4 user and post his values of the 233 MHZ
system.but as i
told before, this is lots more slower.
I only want information, that there is a huge slowdown problem.its upto you if you try to
it, or build a netsurf OS4 SDL version to compare.
you can also verify the results if you get same speed values.
I would still rather receive a PATCH that improves the speed than an
email moaning that it is slow (especially as compared to other CSS
web browsers on the same hardware/OS, it definitely isn't)
> Use netsurf on OS4 in 32 bit is maybe faster, because the routines
> need no byte swapping.
NetSurf does byteswapping regardless of where it is run, either in the
bitmap conversion functions or when it goes to screen. This is true
even for RISC OS AFAIK. It certainly does not contribute to any 3x
difference in speed.