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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Gave up trying to get through to a tax adviser: I guess it
is not the best time of year for it, filed anyway.
Plugged away at cumulative CPU time rendering in my
Somewhat unconvinced by the result - still, at least it tries to give
the kernel's view of how many ns were spent on each piece, and a
graph. I suppose deviations from a straight bottom-left-to-top-right
line are a sign of a mis-use of CPU; and there are still some bugs.
Still, a pretty picture as of today:
Finally got to actually optimising the code instead of
writing analytics - leaving a few malingering bugs in the rendering
code, as always. OO.o team meeting, and Beta customer call.
Out to cell group at the Parkers' fun; back late.
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