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From:Joao Prado Maia Date:March 11 2005 2:22pm
Subject:RE: Why eventum may be slow...
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Jeff, 

> I agree that Eventum is not without performance issues, but they are 
> hardly show stoppers.  But more to the point, I agree fully 
> with Joao's 
> observation that any such problems are of a character and complexity 
> unlikely to be unraveled by blind guesswork.
> 

Again, if you find the reason for any performance issue, please let me
know and I'll fix the code.


> *Joao and Bryan, I'll be feeling *really* good about it if 
> you guys can 
> possibly manage to squeak 1.5.1 out tomorrow and it has the 
> email fixes 
> previously discussed.
> 

Working on it...

--Joao

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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