Overhead of X?
manuel.bilderbeek at oce.com
Thu Apr 20 06:01:34 PDT 2006
> > How would I do that, anyway? (Run a Java app in the root window...)
> Did you ever consider that maybe Java or Qt overhead might have
> something to do with your figures ... ?
As I said in my first e-mail: all CPU cycles were spent in X, not in
Java or in the C++ binary. So, I concluded that all overhead must be in
X. Is this incorrect?
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