[cairo] cairo+pixman profiling
Nguyen Vu Hung
vuhung16plus at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 20:03:43 PST 2007
2007/11/6, Jeff Muizelaar <jeff at infidigm.net>:
> These are called when using the software rasterizer. The ideal solution
> to this problem is replacing the rasterizer. However, that is likely
> quite a bit of work. There has been discussion about possible
> implementations but no real conclusions were ever made.
You are talking about the problems of "software rasterizer".Do you
know any solutions for "hardware rasterizer"? Is that GPU makes
> > 2. Where unpremultiply_data is callled? What this function does?
> Probably in the png writing code. It does c*255/alpha on each component
> of a pixel.
Thank you. I don't think this bottleneck be be overcome because I need
to write PNG files ( with alpha channel ).
The algorithm of "pre-multiplied" values as described in "Compositing
Digital Images". It is primitive per-byte proccessing. Can it be
faster if done with hardware? GPU?
> > _cairo_pixman_composite_solid_mask_nx8x8888mmx
> _cairo_pixman_composite_solid_mask_nx8x8888mmx this may be able to be
> optimized further. However, large speedups may be possible just by using
> a newer version of gcc. Older versions of gcc often do a very bad job
> optimizing mmx intrinsic code.
I am using 3.4.6, and the latest gcc is 4.2.2. Which version should i use?
And other cairo funtions those make big contributions to the performance:
2.18 908.68 28.94
1.21 924.78 16.10
1.04 938.56 13.78
0.68 1007.55 9.01
0.66 1016.28 8.74 _cairo_fixed_from_double
0.64 1024.81 8.53
0.64 1033.34 8.53 _compute_face
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