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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 30094] - Performance enhancements using java.nio & lazy calls
Date Thu, 12 Jan 2006 10:36:01 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From stevel@apache.org  2006-01-12 11:36 -------
It could be a compile-time-optional part of the runtime, something that is only
delegated to when the runtime is 1.4+. Which means that we'd need an
interface/facade to the operations and then an original+nio implementation, the
default behaviour being to use nio on 1.4+, though with a switch to override
that so that the original code can still be tested.

This is a lot of effort; the speedup would have to be tangible. Are the any
measurements, both for local and remote filesystems?

There is some justification for doing such a facade, and it isnt just possible
speedup -the facade could also offer access to the file permissions stuff coming
in Java6.0, letting ant tasks work with permissions properly on the 6.0
platform, as and when it comes out. 

-steve

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