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QuestionCEditView operation rediculously Slows down in Windows 7 Pin
Vijjuuu.9-Nov-11 18:49
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I have a MFC MDI (logging) application developed in VS2005 in Windows XP which gets logs from another Process(using pipes) and logs them into view. i have a View derived from CEditView. There is so much of logging is done to MFC application for every sec and works good in XP.

when the same application is running in Windows 7. initally it seems to be good but when the logging data is becoming more and more we can se the MFC application is logging data very slowly when compared to XP.

On analysis it was found that operation on Edit Ctrl is making the logging slow

these are the line of code which is making the application slow .


int nLen = GetWindowTextLength();
GetEditCtrl().SetSel(nLen,nLen); // tested GetEditCtrl().SetSel(-1,-1); as well
GetEditCtrl().ReplaceSel(strTemp); // strTemp is the Cstring data which is read from pipe

Is there any better way to make application not to get slow in Window 7 ?
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