On Tue, 2011-03-22 at 09:00 +0000, Brian Bailey wrote:
In article <20110321163550.GG4797(a)rjek.com>,
Rob Kendrick <rjek(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
> Remove the -v flag. That is what enables verbose logging. Note that
> this simply stops NetSurf formatting and emitting the log data. It will
> still involve checking "do I need to log this?"
Thanks, Rob. I also removed the -v flag, without putting an | anywhere.
Commenting out bits of the !Run file using | is pretty much guaranteed
to end in tears. Please don't do this. Additionally, disabling logging
totally defeats the point of us asking for log files when you report a
NetSurf seemed to be entirely stable in both cases. As far as I
tell, there was no discernible, subjective change in time in loading and
rendering files, in either case.
It would be; logging simply isn't a significant proportion of runtime.
NetSurf spends the vast majority of its time doing the things you'd
expect (namely, fetching and rendering web pages).
I guess that I must accept that my machine /is/ rather slow. But, as
retired I can make endless cups of tea whilst things happen. 8-)
I'm not sure you've told us what your machine is or what led you to
believe that turning off logging would help.