[Seaside] Rendering text in ShoreComponents-2.6-pk.9 is 5 times
slower than built-in canvases
john at pierce.name
Thu Apr 27 11:26:04 UTC 2006
Wow - thanks for looking at this so quick.
On 4/27/06, Pavel Krivanek <squeak3 at continentalbrno.cz> wrote:
> Hi John,
> Thank you for the report. The problem was in ugly and slow conversion of
> String to XHTML. Fixed in
> -- Pavel
> > Hi all,
> > I'm having a hard time using ShoreComponents on some of my larger text
> > pages. Pages that normally take 3 - 5 seconds to return to my users
> > using WARendererCanvas or WAHtmlRenderer classes takes upwards of 15 -
> > 30 seconds to return the same page using ShoreCanvas.
> > I had to turn off CPUWatcher as well as it was putting up a modal
> > window on my page request and blocking the response to the user.
> > Attached is a changeset that implements a timing page that
> > demonstrates what I am seeing. The following page using the built-in
> > renderers returns in 3 to 4 seconds on my box and using ShoreCanvas,
> > returns in 15 - 20 seconds.
> > Maybe there is nothing to do to tweak ShoreCanvas, but it is making it
> > difficult to return some tables that 400+ rows on one page for me.
> > Some might say just break my page up, but, really, it doesn't end up
> > being much data to work with and it seems to be okay using the
> > built-in Seaside renderers so if this is fixable that'd make my
> > implementations a bit easier.
> > Regards,
> > John
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