[webkit-qt] Accelerated compositing: enable by default?

Antti Koivisto koivisto at iki.fi
Tue Feb 23 05:00:34 PST 2010

Sounds like a good idea.

Does the current implementation cope well with large layers? That is,
is there a mechanism (size cutoff?) in place in some level that
prevents large layers from eating all the memory for caching? Layer
tiling would be nice in the future...


On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 12:19 AM,  <noam.rosenthal at nokia.com> wrote:
> Hi guys
> I'm at a situation where AC (accelerated compositing) is getting more and more solid, but there are very few people using it because it's disabled by default. The consequence of that is that we receive "CSS is slow" bug, which we know AC fixes at some cases, instead of "AC breaks website foobar", which is the kind of bug I'm hoping to get at this point. Making AC enabled by default is likely to have the desired effect.
> Of course, AC needs a lot more testing before 2010.1, but that testing would be accelerated if more people (who are the people using trunk version anyway) would use it.
> Any thoughts / objections / life threats? :)
> Cheers
> No'am
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