Significant performance "regression"

Vincent Povirk vincent at
Fri Feb 26 12:35:47 CST 2010

Any storage-related fixme's?

-----Original Message-----
From: compholio at on behalf of Erich Hoover
Sent: Fri 2/26/2010 12:31 PM
To: Vincent Povirk
Cc: WineHQ Development Mailing List
Subject: Significant performance "regression"
I was looking into updating the AppDB with more recent results for PCB
Artist* and discovered that on a fresh Wine install that the application
opens and creates new files incredibly slowly (it now takes 23 minutes vs.
old performance of ~5 seconds).  I ran a regression test and discovered that
an added feature in OLE32 is responsible for this "regression."  I am,
admittedly, not an expert on OLE32 - so I'm hoping that someone else has
some thoughts on how to resolve this issue.
226363f5dfb9caa8313e425c7f85ed9fe581f1fe is first bad commit
commit 226363f5dfb9caa8313e425c7f85ed9fe581f1fe
Author: Vincent Povirk <vincent at>
Date:   Fri Dec 4 17:33:50 2009 -0600

    ole32: Implement transacted storage.

:040000 040000 79e7adf6177afe9cb8bfdea75270edb00026c5e5
abc173741982ee971ac490738917d735c6869a78 M    dlls

Erich Hoover
ehoover at

* Free proprietary application, direct download:

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