[Bug 14303] Listview: select all is incredibly slow.

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Fri Jul 24 19:01:11 CDT 2009


--- Comment #8 from Nikolay Sivov <bunglehead at gmail.com>  2009-07-24 19:01:10 ---
(In reply to comment #7)
> How can I be sure if that is broken or not, if I have never seen specs on
> these? I've looked through MSDN but have not found any notions regarding

I've already done this with recently included tests. It seems not to be
documented that ownerdata lists throw a single notification (for all items

> > If slowdown is in a huge amount of messages it can't be fixed in listview and
> > is a general messaging performance issue.
> This can't be so. I've just checked that in windows with the same huge listview
> and it works immediately. It's like it was with bug #12701.
> > BTW, Igor, could you try to disable notifications in set_main_item() function:
> It helped, but only a bit. It's still very slow.
> BTW, another issue found here: there is even more noticeable slowdown when you
> click some item after you have selected them all (that is when all items get
> unselected).

I see, will look at dropping selection code too, thanks.

> > I don't have enough time now, could you produce something like a benchmark
> > (compilable on linux, as a crossbuild too)? Then we could profile it to find
> > where we spend most of the time.
> I think that I do not understand well what I need to do.

Nevermind. I was talking about some interactive test application to shows this

> Well, I see that your test case is for select all case only. But you should
> know that there is huge difference in performance not only in select all, but
> also in partial selects.

So, the reason is that we iterate when we could probably avoid it. I'll take a
look at it.

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