[debian] navit: rendering is slow
nomeata at debian.org
Fri Jan 2 23:51:08 CET 2009
Am Freitag, den 02.01.2009, 18:50 +0100 schrieb arne anka:
> >>> --enable-avoid-float
> > I think the first parameter to avoid floating point operations should
> > help quite a bit on such a low performance system which has to do fp
> > with integer commands.
> if it is indeed the one kazer had in mind. maybe it should be rather
> configurable by config instead of hardcoding?
> and anyway it would be nice if configure could manage to enable those
> fixes automatically depending on the target arch ...
actually, not by config but by looking at the hardware it runs on :-)
I don’t think it’d be inefficient if this check happens once at startup.
It’d increase the binary size, but that’d be ok for a general purpose
distro such as Debian.
But I see navit isn’t in the official Debian repositories yet, otherwise
I’d suggest you file a wishlist bug report. It would also be possible,
as an easiy solution, to set this flag depending on the architecture the
package is built for.
Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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