03-01-2011 01:31 PM
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03-01-2011 01:39 PM
You won't be able to do much about this with AIR, with possibly one exception.
AIR is single-threaded, basically, so you can't push any of the work into a background thread or process that runs on a second core, at least not directly.
The Pixel Bender stuff may automatically use a second core if present... not sure. Of limited use to many but if it does that it would be great for some.
The system (QNX) makes full use of both cores, not merely running apps on one of them. It's unlikely anything a developer could do would improve on just letting the system do what it's designed to do here.
With the native SDK, and presumably Java (anyone confirm?), you would be able to leverage both cores for your own purposes.
03-01-2011 01:46 PM