profiling GTA4. question about polling
fenix at club-internet.fr
Mon Nov 22 18:49:00 CST 2004
On Thursday 18 November 2004 01:29, Brian Gunlogson wrote:
> > But, as Jason is currently doing a lot of work on splitting/moving code
> > to wined3d, we'll have to wait to commit it (and i should help him, when
> > i'll have time).
> Is this a tedious task or does it require knowledge of the codebase? I
> might be able to help.
Only boring tasks, knowledge must be required when moving the drawing code
> > Anyway, can you test what GTA4 want to use: diffuse, psize or/and
> > blending ? I'll try to send you a patched version of d3d8 to test after
> > that :)
> GTA uses diffuse color exclusively.
> This was after playing the game for about 3 minutes on highest settings:
> pixel size: 0
> diffuse: 745455
> blending weights: 0
Ok, good news.
It should work well with my version :)
> > Regards,
> > Raphael
> > PS:
> > how have you done to use oprofile on wine ?
> > i'm very interested :)
> Just download the latest CVS from http://oprofile.sourceforge.net/download/
> and see the README. I assume you know how to get it compiled and installed
> As root:
> # opcontrol --start
> # opcontrol --reset
> '--reset' clears out any old unwanted profiling data
> # opcontrol --separate=kernel
> '--separate=kernel' Seperates output by library and kernel [this is the
> hardest option to understand].
It should be easier to use it as user :(
> Profiling is on, run the application to profile and do not do anything
> When done:
> # opcontrol --dump
> '--dump' flushes remaining data to disk
> # opreport -l >./myreport.log
> Stores the flat profile in a file called myreport.log.
Thx, i'll play with that (after fixing stupid install problems)
> Brian G
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