High CPU when JUCE splash screen turned off


#1

If you turn off the splash screen with JUCE_DISPLAY_SPLASH_SCREEN, you will get very high CPU on the main GUI thread and the timer thread. This is caused by a startTimer(1) call at the end of JUCESplashScreen ctor. Not sure on intention, but perhaps the endif needs to be moved down.

I found this when I ifdef-ed the splash screen out in debug mode.


#2

Drat! Thanks for reporting, I’ll fix that right away…


#3

Drat! Thanks for reporting, I’ll fix that right away…


#4

magnific, user testing license crap