RE: GNOME, .Net and Mono

I think the problem is not with evolution but with orbit, which sometimes
has trouble finding running instances or launching new programs...

The newer versions of orbit are more and more efficient...

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-----Original Message-----
From: iain [mailto:iain ximian com]
Sent: Tuesday, 5 February 2002 12:16 
To: Tomasz Kloczko
Cc: Sean Middleditch; gnome-devel-list gnome org
Subject: Re: GNOME, .Net and Mono

> but on my system it seems it statrs slewer than gnumeric. Do you know
> something about how to speedup startup time application like Evolution ?
> What is still neccessary ? I'm look few times inside Evolutions and I'm
> impressed good level modularization but still .. it is slow. Maybe it need
> still some work on ground ORB* level ?

Evolution starts 4 other programs (at least) on start up.
evolution-mail, evolution-addressbook, evolution-calendar and
evolution-executive-summary. These all need loaded. That is why it is
slower to start up.

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