Re: [xml] xmlDocDumpMemory() is VERY slow on Win32

Cory Nelson <phrosty gmail com> writes:

Takes 8sec for me (xp3200+ w/ DDR400) when compiled with 2003.
I modified it to use a fixed 10MB heap and it didn't change at all
which is quite weird as it shouldn't have had any competition finding
memory to expand into.  Halving the realloc calls and doubling the
alloc sizes got a 2x speed increase though.  Windows memory management

On Tue, 13 Jul 2004 17:21:32 +0200, Petr Pajas
<pajas ufal ms mff cuni cz> wrote:
$ gcc -o steve2 steve2.c
$ time ./steve2
malloc OK (16000)
000: realloc OK (16000 to 32000)
001: realloc OK (32000 to 48000)
002: realloc OK (48000 to 64000)
003: realloc OK (64000 to 80000)
637: realloc OK (10208000 to 10224000)
638: realloc OK (10224000 to 10240000)
639: realloc OK (10240000 to 10256000)
1 seconds

real    0m0.370s
user    0m0.000s
sys     0m0.030s

Being in a hurry, I forgot to specify, that my results were from
Linux, gcc 3.2.2, Pentium 4, 3.20GHz - so it seems a comparable hw.

-- Petr

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