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User & Date: fvogel 2019-01-13 16:30:32
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17:40
Update of TIP 532. check-in: 04480a5df1 user: gcramer tags: trunk
16:30
One more editorial fix check-in: a36d1b88b0 user: fvogel tags: trunk
16:27
Editorial fixes in TIP #532 (not finished - numbering still not fully OK) check-in: 73f04c8063 user: fvogel tags: trunk
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Please refer to the
[bug6e8afe516d](https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/timeline?r=bug6e8afe516d)
branch of the core Tcl repository.

The event ring has been removed. Revised implementation is working with promoted
event bindings, and remembers the latest event per event type. This technique works
as if we have an inifinite event ring, so no overflow is possible.

Based on tests the performance in time is better than with legacy implementation. This
result is expected, because a triple-nested loop, executed for each incoming event, has
been changed to a quasi-double-nested loop (only in very seldom cases it is still
triple-nested). Furthermore the traversed lists are shorter than with legacy implementation,
because the event ring, always containing 30 items, has been eliminated. Only unbinding
a tag is a bit slower than before. Memory consumption did not change significantly.







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Please refer to the
[bug6e8afe516d](https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/timeline?r=bug6e8afe516d)
branch of the core Tcl repository.

The event ring has been removed. Revised implementation is working with promoted
event bindings, and remembers the latest event per event type. This technique works
as if we have an infinite event ring, so no overflow is possible.

Based on tests the performance in time is better than with legacy implementation. This
result is expected, because a triple-nested loop, executed for each incoming event, has
been changed to a quasi-double-nested loop (only in very seldom cases it is still
triple-nested). Furthermore the traversed lists are shorter than with legacy implementation,
because the event ring, always containing 30 items, has been eliminated. Only unbinding
a tag is a bit slower than before. Memory consumption did not change significantly.