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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Profiling Cocoon for cheapskates
Date Thu, 05 Dec 2002 21:39:05 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
> Stuart Roebuck wrote:
>> I need to do some code optimization / profiling on Cocoon and some  
>> additional Cocoon libraries we've built.  This raises an issue which 
>> I  thought might be of general interest, and hoped might open up some 
>> new  avenues of profiling discovery!
>> If there was an open source based approach to profiling Cocoon code, 
>> I  would be happy to write up the process to aid others in the future.
>> x--------------------x
>> x  Unfortunately...  x
>> x--------------------x
>> * We're on a budget and can't afford to pay $400+ per seat for a  
>> commercial profiling tool.
> ...
> OptimizeIt costs money, but I've got a license... I *will* profile 
> Cocoon sometime again, and would do it sooner, but my unfortunate 
> schedule moves this event to the 1Q or 2Q of the next year.

I got a 30-days evaluation license of OptimizeIt and run it against 
Cocoon a while ago and I found out that cocoon (talking about CVS HEAD) 
is pretty well optimized already, expecially for memory consumption over 

Look into the mail archives for that message since I sent a report here 
to the list.

Stefano Mazzocchi                               <>

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