Re: [PATCH] Re: [xml] xmlDocDumpMemory() is VERY slow on Win32
- From: Bjorn Reese <breese mail1 stofanet dk>
- To: xml gnome org
- Subject: Re: [PATCH] Re: [xml] xmlDocDumpMemory() is VERY slow on Win32
- Date: 15 Jul 2004 17:22:45 +0200
On Wed, 2004-07-14 at 19:01, Daniel Veillard wrote:
It's Bastille Day, so I'm low bandwidth
And the Tour :)
my only concern is that it makes all buffers growing faster,
but it might be worth it,
I am not sure that this is a problem per se.
I am not familiar with the virtual memory model of Windows, but if
it is anything like that of Unix, and it probably is, then it would
not cause a problem because memory pages that are not use until they
are written to, so it should not burden the memory.
I have previously solved a the same performance problem in a different
context, by going from linear to exponential buffer enlargements as
Steve has suggested. That did not result in any lack of memory problems.
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