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Backlog of Qt and QtWebKit problems

Qt problems

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QtWebKit problems

Consider creating a SharedBuffer that works on tiles/segments
#31849Loading of is triggering bad "scheduling". The loading_standalone test has been extracted but is not able to highlight the problem. This is a Qt and QtWebKit issue, it must be understood first. The first issue is that QtWebKit will only schedule four requests per host while Qt networking has a higher limit.r5144 - reduce latency
TCmalloc needs to be tested. Does it make anything faster/slower? How to test memory fragmentation.
The fuzz testing will make QtWebKit go in infinite loops and stop working. This situation needs to be analyzed as this can be a serve reliabality problem.
#30211Research a better QImage -> QPixmap migration strategy. Currently we convert every QImage to a QPixmap and this is bad for times where we need to draw a scaled version of the image or will only draw this image once.
#30293Loading speed regressed due image changes?
#30301Loading bug/API bug on loading amazon in QtEmbedded Linux. Loading does not complete.
#29279Decode images to RGB16 or smaller (instead of RGB32) to conserve memory. The patch introduces new API to Qt.
Go through the Palm changes and consider adopting them. Currently candidates are: Use stack/class memory in CSSParser, use JDCT_Fast for Jpeg decoding (to be achieved with QImageReader to set quality to 49), changes to Cached* to throw away encoded data more early. Palm avoids floating point operation on premultiplied alpha in setRGBA.
#30740Using QImageReader::setQuality(49) will use JDCT_IFAST and promises to give a 5% speedup on image_cycling.
#30210Create Embedded profile that will tune for embedded usage. This can mean to save memory in favor of speed, add a speed gain by avoiding certain operations, trading image quality for speed
#29443Using WebCore's FontCache decreases memory usage. Change done by Benjamin Poulain
#31009Implement throwing away frames from big GIF animations. This requires QImageReader allow to efficently jumping to a given image.
Change CursorQt.cpp to not create QPixmap's right away but only on first load. This will be a minor memory improvement. Using DEFINE_LOCAL_STATIC had a negative impact on memory usage.
#27538Image decoder changes needs to be measured. Do they make anything faster/slower? Do they consume more or less memory?49179 49180 49181 49182 49183 49185 49186 495596.10.2009-14.10.2009
#30769Export fastMalloc, fastCalloc, fastRealloc and fastFree on GCC/Unix50204 5020528.10.2009
Misc Changes
#31203Qt Plugins become visible even if they should not#51410 (automate test case) #51409 (fix)25.11.2009
#30209Document a feature of the m_liveDecderResources list5021328.10.2009
#27347Fix assertion in SVGRenderBase::mapLocalToContainer5020728.10.2009
#30820Custom Cursor doesn't use hotspot5020628.10.2009


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