[webkit-gtk] Threaded compositor plans
changseok.oh at collabora.com
Fri Feb 12 02:17:46 PST 2016
Your plan much makes sense to me. We, webkit-clutter heavily relies on
the threaded-compositor and enabled it already. These days I have given
my full effort on implementing async scrolling based on threaded
compositor. So making threaded compositor stable is my first interest,
On 02/11/2016 06:32 PM, Carlos Garcia Campos wrote:
> Yesterday I was playing with the threaded compositor again. The major
> issue form the usability point of view was the lack of scrollbars, but
> now we have overlay scrollbars implemented. So, the remaining issues
> are bugs and missing features (if any). Everything works much better
> now than when I tried during the web engines hackfest, so we are indeed
> a lot closer. But there are still issues that need to be fixed, some of
> them as important as the inspector not working at all. I created a meta
> bug yesterday and made exiting bugs block it and created a few
> others also blocking the meta bug. Please, make any other bug block the
> meta and file new bugs blocking the meta for any other issue or feature
> missing that you know of.
> The threaded compositor is only the first step in the global graphics
> plan we were discussing about during the hackfest. I think we should
> switch to the threaded compositor (and async scrolling) for 2.14. For
> that, I think it's important to fix the major issues ASAP and switch to
> use threaded compositor in trunk as soon as possible after branching
> for 2.12. That way we have the whole cycle to fix issues and adopt
> async scrolling as well.
> The next step would be moving the compositor to the UI process, but we
> could leave that for the next cycle, unless things go very well after
> switching to threaded compositor and we have time to do it in the same
> release cycle.
> What do you think? Do people involved in threaded compositor have time
> to work on it?
>  https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=154066
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