[PD-dev] dev meeting comments
mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Sun May 29 22:52:44 CEST 2005
I'm curious... this send/recv bottleneck is on linux?
On Sat, May 28, 2005 at 11:19:51AM +0200, Tim Blechmann wrote:
> hi all, especially miller, matju and winfried ...
> just a few comments, since i had to leave very early ...
> - i'd definitely prefer to use multiple threads instead of multiple
> processes, since it's easier to share data, since we don't have the
> socket connection ... on the other hand, it wouldn't be that easy to
> build a custom gui for pd ... (except when adding a send/recv h
> anyway, since the tcl/tk code is virtually everywhere in the pd core,
> it's already pretty impossible to build a custom gui ...
> still, i'd strongly vote for seperating g
> - a short time ago, i was doing some low latency benchmarks ... it seems
> that the send / recv system calls should be avoided in a realtime thread
> ... having a gui _thread_ it would be possible to synchronize gui /
> kernel via the lock-free fifos, that are implemented in devel ...
> basically, i'm not sure, if we should use an external scripting language
> for the gui at all ... of course, it's faster to write and easier to
> maintain, but it's usually much slower than plain c ...
> cheers ... tim
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