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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:March 10 2005 7:17pm
Subject:RE: Why eventum may be slow...
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Paul, 

> I was looking into some of the Eventum code and found some reasons why
> it may not be as snappy as it should be. In my opinion listing 100
> issues should happen very quickly. There should never be a 2-3 second
> pause.
> 
> I think the slowness is inherent to class based format of the code.
> The whole class file needs to be loaded and parsed even when only one
> function of the class may be used.
> 

I'm sorry for my blunt response, but this is complete nonsense. Instead
of just guessing what the problem might be, please provide benchmarks
showing that parsing is the problem with your bad-performance of
Eventum. Until I see any proof that this is the problem (which I'm
pretty sure it isn't), there's nothing to discuss here.

--Joao

Thread
Why eventum may be slow...Paul Mach10 Mar
  • RE: Why eventum may be slow...Joao Prado Maia10 Mar
    • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Paul Mach11 Mar
      • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Jeffrey D. Wheelhouse11 Mar
        • RE: Why eventum may be slow...Joao Prado Maia11 Mar
          • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Jeffrey D. Wheelhouse11 Mar
      • RE: Why eventum may be slow...Joao Prado Maia11 Mar
        • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Jeffrey D. Wheelhouse11 Mar
          • RE: Why eventum may be slow...Joao Prado Maia11 Mar
            • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Jeffrey D. Wheelhouse11 Mar
              • RE: Why eventum may be slow...Joao Prado Maia11 Mar
  • Re: Why eventum may be slow...Phillip Steinbachs10 Mar