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- From: Gabe Beged-Dov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: "Matthew Sergeant (EML)" <Matthew.Sergeant@eml.ericsson.se>
- Date: Mon, 29 Mar 1999 09:47:32 -0800
Matthew Sergeant (EML) wrote:
> If I could just call parsefile() without any extra work I think it would be
fast > enough.
As Nathan Kurz's posting to the perl-xml shows, there is a bottleneck in just
the parsing of the XML without bringing callback firing, let alone query
processing into the picture.
> What I'm really doing, by using Storable is caching the parse+query phase.
This is great if your use-case supports it. It is not a general purpose
approach to providing scaleable performance for soft real time systems that
want to incorporate XML parsing.
> That should really be considered standard practice for any high
> performance system.
Once again, I would say that if your "high performance" system can architected
using a "cache the parse+query" approach and the complexity and storage
overheads are acceptable, go for it. There are alot of "high performance"
systems that wont be amenable to this approach.
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