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Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 12:50:36 -0500
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Well, i didnt see it for small things, but when you are passing large
images around at 60 hz its a lot more obvious ;-)

buffering may be the issue, but for now i am very happy with adasockets
so i probably won't go back and revisit it.


On Thursday, February 13, 2003, at 12:24  PM, Pascal Obry wrote:

> james hopper writes:
>> Both os x and linux.  what i was doing was passing real time radar
>> images from our sim code on the server to the display app on another
>> computer.  the difference was quite dramatic.  i could get 60 hz with
>> AdaSockets, but only about 10hz with gnat sockets.   i was in a bit of
>> a rush and never really went into what was causing the difference.
> This is not something we have experienced when switching from
> Adasocket to
> GNAT.Sockets on AWS. But we have an AWS.Net layer that does buffering
> both
> ways... This is in AWS 1.3 to be released.
> Pascal.
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