[sugar] OLPC priorities for Sugar in the August release
Benjamin M. Schwartz
bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Wed May 14 21:31:28 EDT 2008
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Jameson "Chema" Quinn wrote:
| One low-hanging fruit for faster activity start is having activity install
| compile .pyc files, with (tiny) extra points if the .pyc gets hints to not
| use jffs2 compression. This is on my gameplan with the bundle format update
| stuff, but I have gotten stuck on the signatures (openssl cannot read ssh
| public keys) so I am behind on that. I had hoped to finish it in my free
| time this week but starting next week I cannot be so sure I'll have time.
Pretty small fruit. Based on my measurements
(http://lists.laptop.org/pipermail/sugar/2008-March/004669.html), we are
talking about less than 200 ms for typical Activities. The only
Activities I know of with enough code for this to matter are the TamTam
activities. Even the Journal spends much less than one second compiling.
~ Additionally, my measurements include the time to write the pyc file back
into jffs2, so the real launch delay could be even less.
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