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rendering of Thai symbols is very slow #2055

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luesak opened this Issue Nov 15, 2014 · 6 comments

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luesak commented Nov 15, 2014

I reopened this because the previous one was closed.... and I can't find a way to reopen!!!

Any how, converting files using utf-8 is extremely slow... I have attached a download with a comparison test. Hope this helps!

I'm using the latest version:
wkhtmltopdf 0.12.1.2 (with patched qt)

Attached are some test files... notice the slowness... you have to wait about 5-6 minutes.. only 38 pages or so... I am running i7-3930K with 6 cores x 2 threads... WIndows 7 64bit MSVC2013 version.

The non-utf8 one completes in an instant.

Sample files with the batch file I use:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/dd3mteb8h9i5de3/wkhtmltopdf.rar?dl=1

Thanks

Kim

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ashkulz commented Nov 17, 2014

Is the language you are using Thai? If so, it is due to QTBUG-37665 for which a patch is available but not yet merged.

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@ashkulz ashkulz changed the title from UTF-8 encoding super slow (reopened) to rendering of Thai symbols is very slow Nov 17, 2014

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luesak commented Nov 17, 2014

Yes sir. It is Thai... I went to the QTBUG-37665 link... I'm not sure what to do with it... I was hoping for wkhtmltopdf.exe.... :(

@ashkulz ashkulz added the HasPatch label Nov 19, 2014

@ashkulz ashkulz added this to the 0.12.2 milestone Nov 20, 2014

@ashkulz ashkulz closed this in 5dea253 Nov 21, 2014

@ashkulz ashkulz added Fixed and removed HasPatch Verified labels Nov 21, 2014

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ashkulz commented Nov 22, 2014

A development snapshot 0.12.2-dev-5dea253 is available, which should fix this issue. Please report back if your issue is not solved with the above snapshot.

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luesak commented Nov 23, 2014

Thabks

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ashkulz commented Jan 10, 2015

0.12.2 has been released, which includes changes related to this issue.

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luesak commented Jan 10, 2015

Thanks!

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