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24 Oct 2006
On my C1000 I have Cacko 1.23 and libsdl-1.2.5-bvdd-07-2 (piro).

SDL stuff always seemed quite slow to me.

Now I did a comparison between this, a pure Qtopia-SDL on the C1000, and the W100-SDL (piro) on my C760.

"testpalette" from the libsdl source showed these results:

CODE
C1000 bvdd:   ~7 frames/second
C1000 qtopia: ~9 frames/second
C760  w100:  ~14 frames/second

???

I suppose I'm doing something wrong. My Japanese may be a little rusty tongue.gif or my environment wants some variables ...

Or is it really a driver thing?

What are YOU getting from your SDL ?

For your convenience I attached the testpalette files for ARM.
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20 Oct 2006
On my C1000 I have Cacko 1.23 and libsdl-1.2.5-bvdd-07-2 (piro).

SDL stuff always seemed quite slow to me.

Now I did a comparison between this, a pure Qtopia-SDL on the C1000, and the W100-SDL (piro) on my C760.

"palettetest" from the libsdl source showed these results:

CODE
C1000 bvdd:   ~7 frames/second
C1000 qtopia: ~9 frames/second
C760  w100:  ~14 frames/second

???

I suppose I'm doing something wrong. My Japanese may be a little rusty tongue.gif or my environment wants some variables ...

What are YOU getting from the bvdd driver ?
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