[webkit-dev] Partial SVG repaint
eric at webkit.org
Mon Oct 12 12:40:14 PDT 2009
Set a breakpoint in:
void ChromeClientQt::repaint(const IntRect& windowRect, bool
contentChanged, bool, bool)
And see if you're getting the correct rects in and out.
On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 4:47 PM, Patrick Roland Gansterer
<paroga at paroga.com> wrote:
>> SVG was designed to support this, it's just not been turned on yet.
> Can you please show me how i can turn it on. ;-)
> Currently i set a attribute in the SVG at ...
> .. this will shedule a layout via ..
> ... where the oldBounds and newBounds contain the coorect coordinates (at
> least for simple rects :).
> But the damageRect is the whole frame size in
> I use the Qt-Port. Maybe the dirtyRegion is only wrong there, but i don't
> think so because e.g. Safari shows the same performance problem.
>> I'm not sure I would suggest such a change as your first change to WebKit
> though. It could have lots of fallout. :)
> I have a big perfromance problem with my dynamic SVG. So the only alternative
> is, that i create my own SVG renderer, which is not a real option.
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