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From "Danny Ayers" <danny...@virgilio.it>
Subject RE: slowness
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2002 12:19:09 GMT
Though I suspect the main problem lies elsewhere, here's a quick thought -
there are a lot of repeated style attributes that could be consolidated,
perhaps using XSLT.


Danny Ayers
<stuff> http://www.isacat.net </stuff>

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Sean Langford [mailto:langfors@ele.uri.edu]
>Sent: 24 January 2002 22:45
>To: batik-users@xml.apache.org
>Subject: slowness
>I am using batik in a research project to render a high level diagram
>representing the state of an experimental processor on a (execution)
>cycle by cycle basis.  Using SVG gives me the flexibility to draw custom
>views of the processor, being able to visualize complex interactions in
>an ad-hoc kind of way.  Batik is very well suited for this task; I can
>draw a new 'view' of the processor using a SVG compliant drawing program
>(Adobe Illustrator), and then import it into the 'visualizer', which is
>the java application I've written which marries the SVG template view
>with real data coming from the processor to create the 'real' SVG view.
> The biggest problem I'm having is that the rendering is very very slow.
> It takes about 5-6 seconds to render the resultant SVG (attached).
>The SVG is very very simple.  No gradients, no effects.  A small number
>of path elements and several text elements.  Since the nature of this
>application is to render state for each machine cycle as the user
>navigates through execution history, this 5 second render time is
>painful.  Is there anything I can do to speed the rendering?
>Thanks in advance!
>Sean Langford
>High Performance Computing Lab
>University of Rhode Island

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