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bug#16420: 24.3; Drawing an overlay causes 100% cpu utilization

From: Lars Andersen
Subject: bug#16420: 24.3; Drawing an overlay causes 100% cpu utilization
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 10:35:15 +0100

I am not familiar with X server configuration's but will try 0) if 1) and 2) aren't enough.  I did update everything, again. Arch linux is rolling release, so I should now have the latest of everything. 

I tried building emacs --with-x-toolkit=lucid and =no and this didn't impact the problem.

I ran emacs under xtruss, the result is attached.  I did this using the Emacs version originally referenced in this bug report (i.e --with-x-toolkit=gtk).

On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 6:45 AM, Dmitry Antipov <address@hidden> wrote:
On 01/12/2014 09:53 PM, Jan Djärv wrote:

2014-01-12 17:30, Eli Zaretskii skrev:
Dmitry, can you reproduce this?  Because I can't, neither in Emacs

24.3 nor in the latest trunk.  But that's on MS-Windows; I don't have
access to a GUI session on Unix.

Can't reproduce on GNU/Linux, Gtk 3, emacs 24.3 or the trunk.
X is using about 1%, emacs less than that as it is idle.

+1 on GNU/Linux (default GTK3).

This looks like GTK or X server issue, so:

0) If possible, update your X server and relevant libraries. If you're
familiar with X server configuration, try to disable some features (e.g.
GLX, DRI and so).

1) Can you try a different X toolkit? If possible, try to rebuild
with '--with-x-toolkit=lucid' or '--with-x-toolkit=none'.

2) Can you try to run Emacs under xtruss
(http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/xtruss) and collect


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