I wish we (as a community) had benchmarks for performance of uxn on various old hardware. It would be helpful to know, in particular, the performance of sprite drawing & pixel drawing on various platforms.
I think that if we're developing uxn software with old hardware in mind, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense that we're all(?) doing it on super-fast computers made in the last 20 years. It lowers our odds of what we make being able to run on actual old hardware considerably.
@neauoire I was thinking we could do something kind of like Firefox's dev tools, which includes a way to simulate various network conditions (2g, 3g, packet loss, etc). We could build clock and draw limiting tools into an emulator, which might help, but of course wouldn't capture the idiosyncracies of each specific platform. (e.g. I think pixel draws on an NES will be horrifically slow)
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