[Shotwell] shotwell with 100k pics: somewhere between quite fast and too slow
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Sat Aug 13 04:57:35 PDT 2011
what you want is probably not a debug version but a
profilable version. btw, it looks like the debug flag (-g) is passed by
default - at least if the packager didn't turn it off.
for profiling you can use gprof to do the job by passing -X -pg to valac
(VALAFLAGS in Makefile)
however if you're not comfortable with c programming i would not advise
you to do so.. not that you could break much but it could be
frustrating ;) at least you'd need to read up on how to use gprof
cheers and best of luck
On Sam, 2011-08-13 at 13:33 +0200, oliver wrote:
> If it is possible to create a gdb-/debugging-version
> of shotwell, and if this is easy by just adding
> a switch to one makefile, I could try the same
> procedure again, so that the bottleneck maybe
> can be identified.
> Is there an easy way for this?
> How would I make a debugging version from shotwell?
> (Or are those issues already addressed by the shotwell team?
> Or is being able to handle about 100k pics not in the focus
> of the shotwell team?)
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