Yeah, fast. All except for my computer. But its not bad for a 2006 model. Well, its not that bad.hey shucks, i didn’t noticed your values
that’s odd coz you have reads a lot slower than writes…..
could you please run the test again ?
funny thing is, there’s no way to access those nice new memory opcodes using just adobe tools
os: Win 7 fp: FP 10.1 Plugin Debugger readVmem: 219 writeVmem: 220 readVector: 316 writeVector: 371
Here is mine. Im on a workstation
os: [Windows 7] fp: [10.1.53.64 Debug] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: 
os: Win 7 fp: FP 10.1 Debugger readVmem: 139 writeVmem: 177 readVector: 207 writeVector: 247
funny thing is, there’s no way to access those nice new memory opcodes using just adobe toolswhy not? stupid adobe
Yes when you shift to Mac then the Adobe trash thing start ….
os: [XP sorry about that ] fp: 10.1 readVmem: 77 writeVmem: 89 readVector: 187 writeVector: 187
why not? stupid adobeyou have to use 3rd party tools to inject the new opcodes once you compiled the swf with Flash/Flex
it’s pretty easy using azeroth single executable but will only work on windows
Other platform can use apparat (java) which depends on scala so installation is a bit less easy
os: [Win XP] fp: [fp 10] readVmem:  writeVmem:  readVector:  writeVector: FireFox, 2 GB RAM , lot of app running – FF, Flash CS3 , Flash CS4 , SoundBooth, PhotoShop.