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Re: Playing with Gears

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: Playing with Gears
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 22:46:52 +0100
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Xavier Glattard schrieb:
> Fred Kiefer <fredkiefer <at>> writes:
>> I just gave gear a try under MacOSX and it works wonderful. All I needed
>> to change was replace GL/gl.h with OpenGL/gl.h and include the GNustep
>> macros from GNUstep.h. Marvellous how portable applications can be.
> Very impressive. I like GNUstep :-)
>> All three animation models (or rather all five, as combinations are
>> implemented as well) work on Cocoa. Performer is rather slow, when there
>> a no new events generated and the others stop to work as soon as you
>> open up the menu. But the menu works in all cases, so there is a
>> difference to the GNUstep implementation.
>> Great example!
>> Fred
> The performer based animation is faster than timers on my system...
> Did you try different backing store types ?
> Did you try to activate autodisplay ?

Yes, in both cases I did not see much differences. performer based does
only show any moving image while I generate some events with the mouse.
The others are at about 5000 fps, at least that is what the display claims.


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