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Bug#519221: libpixman -- bug recently submitted related to your patch

Thank you for your response!

The files you requested (plus some related ones that might be useful)
are attached. I have checked, and they are the same whether I run a
working or a broken pixman.


2009/3/12 Michel Dänzer <daenzer@debian.org>:
> On Mit, 2009-03-11 at 17:06 -0600, Arren Lex wrote:
>> I have a dual-monitor setup -- one is 1280x1024 and one is 1680x1050.
>> I usually run konsole maximized across the larger monitor, and it is
>> terribly slow like that. When I make the konsole window smaller, the
>> problem becomes less noticeable (but even when the window is very
>> small, you can easily tell the problem is still there because the text
>> makes waves as it scrolls). This behaviour leads me to think it might
>> be falling back to software rendering for painting the text now. Is
>> that possible?
> Yes, otherwise pixman (the software rendering library) shouldn't matter
> for performance.
> So the question is why it's falling back to software rendering, but
> there are many possibilities. If you provide the full Xorg.0.log and the
> output of xrandr, that might be a good start for ideas.
> --
> Earthling Michel Dänzer           |                http://www.vmware.com
> Libre software enthusiast         |          Debian, X and DRI developer

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