Archive for February, 2009

One of the features of the Yala logging viewer is its low CPU load. I began to notice while looking at the Activity Monitor on my Mac that Yala was quite constant at roughly 3.5% CPU load. I also saw that the twitter client I just started using, DestroyTwitter, had an average load of around […]

19 Feb, 2009, 11:03 o'clock

  Notice something strange in the log output in the image? Each line is a ProgressEvent as received from a Loader. Check the bytes loaded… Why do we get the event a second time for the old number of loaded bytes by the time the new number of bytes has been received? Is that a […]

11 Feb, 2009, 12:15 o'clock

A few years ago I developed a logging class plus viewer application for debugging purposes. Main requirement was lightweightedness: the logging code should put as little pressure on the CPU as possible, and so should the viewer. At LBi Lost Boys, the company I’m working for, we’ve been using this utility over the last years, […]

4 Feb, 2009, 13:05 o'clock


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