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Offline Amos Wenger

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« Posted 2006-06-06 13:48:40 »

From c_lilian CanvasPeerImpl.java JSR-231 class,
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/* Problems encountered during the port : many xith methods use float arrays, whereas
      * the jsr231 uses FloatBuffers (or IntBuffers).
      *
      * Lilian
      */
What's the point to use arrays ? Is it possible to switch ? Will it have a small/big good/bad impact on performances ?

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Offline c_lilian

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-06-06 14:08:57 »

I'd like to add that on my game which uses the JSR231 peers, there seems to be a memory leak on the native side that I haven't yet spotted.

Once I get back to it, I'll try and post some updates of these jsr231 classes, to avoid allocating many small buffers (interleaved with larger buffers, they could be the cause o the leak).

So there might be a performance gain to use buffers , but also harder bugs to find...

my 2cents

Lilian

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