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sequence-dialog-item and GC-ing...
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: sequence-dialog-item and GC-ing...
- From: DOYLE@SISU
- Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1992 18:24 EST
It appears that a major source of GC in my application is due
to users scrolling views of type sequence-dialog-item. I'm assuming that
most of the space on the lisp heap is being eaten by #'format, but I
could be wrong! The :table-print-function that I'm using looks
#'(lambda(x &optional stream)
(declare (optimize space))
(declare (list x))
(apply #'format stream "~10a ~20a ~20a" x))
Am I doing something *horribly* inefficient? Perhaps there is a better
way to display a scrollable list which is updated frequently...
Any pointers appreciated!
Massachusetts General Hospital