Re: [xml] Benchmark...

On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 08:20:54AM +0100, Fabrice Desré FTR&D/DTL/TAL wrote:
Of course benchmarks are only lies, but this one is not that bad :

  Oh, new results, good ! And XSD support seems good enough for them...
Apparently Gdome performances improved a lot.

libxml/libxslt performs very well, and one thing to note is that libxml 
2.6 seems to be slower than libxml 2.4.

  Hum, this is really surprizing, I made a lot of improvements in the parser
core. I should grab an old 2.4.30 and check where stuff changed. The new
SAX2 API should be a bit slower (the lower part of the parser must do more
work) but the upper part should be quite faster.
  I don't understand their Max Document Size, as I did parse 4.5GBytes
and validate them last summer to check that I didn't had 32bits limitations
at the I/O level ...
  I should probably look into this, or someone else could too ;-)


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