[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: Haskell Pdf Presenter (hpdfp) 0.2.2

Niklas Hambüchen mail at nh2.me
Thu Nov 14 14:51:27 UTC 2013

On 14/11/13 08:14, Michael D. Adams wrote:
> When the program is doing background rendering, it will go to 100% CPU
> time, but once the background rendering completes, it should settle
> down to almost no CPU usage at all (my task manager literally shows 0%
> CPU once pre-rending completes).
> Does this high CPU usage happen even when you don't load a PDF?
> After loading a PDF, there will be a small progress bar that races
> across the bottom of the presenter window.  This represents the
> pre-rendering process.  Does the CPU usage lower after that process
> completes?  (If you need to run the experiment a few times, note that
> pressing Ctrl-R will flush the cache and re-trigger pre-rending.)

You are right, it is the background rendering.

I accidentally re-triggered it multiple times by re-sizing the window.

Thanks for your explanation!

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