Ticket #26 (new defect)
Opened 4 years ago
Strange performance behaviour
|Reported by:||cgibbard||Owned by:|
In the following program, velocity is computed as the sum of the integral of an acceleration term derived from keyboard input, and the position of the mouse. If I comment out the liftA2 (+) and either one of the two sources of velocity, the performance is smooth. However, taking the sum like this makes the program very jerky and unresponsive. Compiling with optimisations does not appear to help. Is it just my machine?
import Control.Applicative import Data.VectorSpace import FRP.Reactive import FRP.Reactive.GLUT.Adapter import Graphics.FieldTrip import FRP.Reactive.FieldTrip main = anim2 myDisk myDisk ui = motion . pure $ uscale2 (0.1 :: Double) *% udisk where motion = liftA2 (*%) (fmap translate2 (position ui)) position = uiIntegral velocity velocity ui = liftA2 (^+^) (uiIntegral accel ui) (fmap (uncurry vector2) (mousePosition ui)) accel ui = keyAccel ui keyAccel :: Anim (Vector2 Double) keyAccel ui = accumB zeroV . fmap f $ keyAction ui where f (Down, k) = (^+^ keyMotion k) f (Up, k) = (^-^ keyMotion k) keyMotion (SpecialKey KeyUp) = vector2 0 1 keyMotion (SpecialKey KeyDown) = vector2 0 (-1) keyMotion (SpecialKey KeyLeft) = vector2 (-1) 0 keyMotion (SpecialKey KeyRight) = vector2 1 0 keyMotion _ = zeroV