Re: [xml] Performance xmlXPathEvalExpression

Sorry I did not want to be impolite. The use of another parser was an idea.

I find your text absolutely superfluous.

Thank you

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Von: Daniel Veillard [mailto:veillard redhat com] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 14. August 2007 10:17
An: Shirazi Babak
Cc: Stefan Behnel; xml gnome org
Betreff: Re: [xml] Performance xmlXPathEvalExpression

On Tue, Aug 14, 2007 at 10:47:32AM +0200, Shirazi Babak wrote:
I tried this with a 10 MB file:

   *doc = xmlReadFile(ucFilename, NULL, XML_PARSE_COMPACT | 

Without xmlParseFile : over 10 minutes
With Xml ReadFile : Over 6 minutes

This is an enhancement but not acceptable either.

  I guess it's time at this point that you look at your environment 
and do the debug on your system ! There is only so much we can do for you and only getting negative feedback 
for the free tool and support you have been given starts to get close to impolite.
  Would you mind checking if Microsoft support is as nice and cheap, I think you need a small reality check 
at this point, I really really didn't like your message about MSXML earlier today. Of course you can use 
something else, trying to use it to get more attention than you deserve is really an unpleasant tactic ! Your 
system is swapping. If you don't understand or don't want to look at it use something else. If you can do a 
bit of analysis instead of complaining you could for example realize that there are streaming parsing APIs in 
libxml2 and that data extraction that way could be done in very little 
memory and way more efficiently than with XPath. But if that means we need to baby step you all the way until 
you manage to get 'something' we have no idea about to work, really please consider alternatives.

  thank you,


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