> I agree with you, performance seems to be ok if the counter frequency
> is set to be not too frequent. I think I'll probably make that be
> adjustable via the command line or something to let end users (of
> which there are probably none) adjust as they feel fit.
If you find that you need to set it higher, at that point some profiling
reports would help pin down where the problem is.
> Thanks again, and good luck with brick. For creating command line
> interfaces it is very nice imo. Whilst there wasn't masses of
> documentation, the example programs, along with the guide you wrote
> gave me a decent understanding of how to do stuff.
I'm glad you're finding it useful! Since you mentioned documentation, if
there is specific documentation that would have been more helpful to you
than the User Guide, demo programs, and Haddock API documentation, I'd
love to know.