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From Sylvain Wallez <sylvain.wal...@anyware-tech.com>
Subject Re: [HEADS UP] Cocoon CLI performance up 50%!
Date Fri, 28 Mar 2003 18:19:51 GMT
Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:

>
> First of all a big thanks to Upayavira for listening to my ramblings 
> on optimization strategies and creating well done concrete 
> implementation of them with excellent additional ideas.
>
> Since he was not satisfied, he has also converted the CLI to 
> commons-cli, added a CLI config file (cli.xconf), and created the 
> Cocoon bean.
>
> Hey, do we have a new Cocooner here? :-)
>
>                           - o -
>
> Now for the actual figures.
>
> The 'original' run is done by taking Cocoon-2.1 CVS and doing build 
> docs. The numbers are taken from the CLI run-time figure, not the Ant 
> one.
>
> To try the 'optimized' one, edit cli.xconf by changing 
> confirm-extensions="true" to false. What does this entail? That all 
> files without extensions are outputted as-is, without appending a 
> proper extension. In sites that always use explicit extension, it 
> makes no difference. 


Can you explain what's the purpose of "confirm-extensions" ?

Sylvain

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