[Bf-committers] Blender Startup Time
ideasman42 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 14:23:44 CET 2011
Some more tests and found lazy loading of modules in other areas,
gives good speedup on cold start.
Times don't compare to last tests because I disabled some options
(BGE, FFMPEG etc).
I did lazy importing of modules:
traceback, shutil, time, math and pydoc
I also removed 'collections' import as well as netrender. *
Results for "time ./blender -b" after flushing disk cache,
Normal: 8.923 sec
Lazy Loading: 4.647s
* note, removing collections import means we would need to use a
different ordered dict metaclass, I'm not worried about this since we
don't use many of the OrderedDict features, we could have a cut down
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Knapp <magick.crow at gmail.com> wrote:
> I like the splash because it is a convenient and fast way to pick what I
> will work on for the day. I usually have at least 2 projects going at one
> time. I also like it because of the picture. It reminds me of the cool
> things I can make with blender! On a day to day basis I mostly see the
> utilitarian GUI because I found a long time ago that rendering to see how I
> am doing is a HUGE waste of time. Its nice to see something beautiful in the
> morning. (I can't say I like the recent pics, to dark, loved the orchids
> from the past though!)
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