Re: [pcgen_developers] Re: SLOOOOOOOOOOOW
- Oops, that wasn't supposed to go out that early. Hit send when I shouldn't
have. :) OK again:
I tried some experiments before applying your patch. Did the same with the
full 35e set, and the 10 levels of monk were added much faster, but not as
fast as with 5.16. With the Pathfinder set it still took minutes. Weird. Then
I tried the Pathfinder set with 10 levels of fighter - much faster, but still
slow. 10 levels of paladin - just as slow as monk. I wonder what's different
about the Pathfinder set that slows this down, but only in the new version of
PCGen, and not in 5.16.
OK, now applying the patch: OK much faster now both with the monk and paladin
levels. It seems that did the trick.
Equipping masterwork items and adding skills seems to be OK for now. I will
continue testing and report if I find more slowdowns.
Thanks for the patch!
On Tuesday 15 September 2009 10:14:44 Stefan Radermacher wrote:
> I tried some experiments before applying your patch. Did the same with the
> full 35e set, and the 10 levels of monk were added much faster.
> On Tuesday 15 September 2009 05:17:25 thpr wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, Stefan Radermacher
> <radermacher@...> wrote:
> > > Created a completely new character, added 10 levels of monk - this took
> > > the Program 6 minutes(!) while once in a while asking for an attribute
> > > to increase.
> > I have checked in a fix to the largest delay I have in adding Monk levels
> > to a Pathfinder RPG character. Of course, my 6 yr old hardware didn't
> > experience more than two seconds before/after the leveling prompt (and
> > less now), so I still may not be experiencing the same issue you are
> > facing.
> > If the current Trunk is not better, I'm going to have to enlist your help
> > in narrowing down what code (or setting) is causing the problem, as I
> > cannot reproduce the issue to anywhere near minutes.
> > TP.
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