Windows layer storage/transmission.

Erlichmen, Shay Shay_Erlichmen "at" icominfosys.com
Wed, 02 Jan 2002 09:48:53 +0000


Wow, do you program with the those filthy fingers. "If you don't have
something nice to say to don't say nothing at all".

Now, "A Friend" The idea the you suggested is already implemented in Citrix,
and it would be hell to implement on any OS "Crapy" or not.

-Shay Erlichmen.

-----Original Message-----
From: ScanMan [mailto:scanman "at" scanman.mine.nu] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 11:03 AM
To: VNC list
Subject: Re: Windows layer storage/transmission.


Unfortunately, this wouldn't work on crap OS's like Windose.

On Wed, 2002-01-02 at 02:19, A friend wrote:
> Don't know if this item has come up yet, but it seems to me that only 
> one graphical buffer is kept and transmitted by VNC. Since most (if 
> not all) OSses are window based, is it not more efficient to keep (and 
> send) a separate buffer for each window that is opened. So when 
> switching, closing or moving a window the unterlying data is still 
> available at client level in memory, and does not have to be 
> re-transmitted. This will cost some extra memory and initial loading 
> may take a little longer, but I think that it will make a significant 
> improvement on slow connections where more than one window is used.
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