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From "Nathaniel Alfred" <Alfred.Nathan...@swx.com>
Subject RE: Wildcard matcher matching wild things
Date Sun, 24 Sep 2006 20:00:37 GMT
I did a quick benchmark on a 1.8 GHz Pentium running 1'000'000 iterations for matching/not-matching
simple/complex wildcards.  (Theo WH is the original WildcardHelper where the compiled pattern
is cached.)

assertNull(WildcardMatcherHelper.match("menu/*.xml", "menu/foo.html"));
	New WMH:  281ms
	Old WMH: 1472ms
	Orig WH: 1833ms
	Theo WH: 1192ms

assertNotNull(WildcardMatcherHelper.match("menu/*.xml", "menu/foo.xml"));
	New WMH: 1622ms
	Old WMH: 2103ms
	Orig WH: 2423ms
	Theo WH: 1824ms

assertNull(WildcardMatcherHelper.match("menu/**/*.xml", "menu/foo/bar.html"));
	New WMH:  240ms
	Old WMH: 2574ms
	Orig WH: 2704ms
	Theo WH: 1954ms

assertNull(WildcardMatcherHelper.match("menu/**/*.xml", "menu/bar.xml"));
	New WMH: 2413ms
	Old WMH: 1633ms
	Orig WH: 1983ms
	Theo WH: 1312ms

assertNotNull(WildcardMatcherHelper.match("menu/**/*.xml", "menu/foo/bar.xml"));
	New WMH: 7271ms
	Old WMH: 3155ms
	Orig WH: 3454ms
	Theo WH: 2744ms

Bottomline is that the new implementation is between 10 times faster and 3 time slower than
previous implementations.  In a typical mix of patterns and input strings all should perform
within a very narrow range.

The absolute number of a few *microseconds* per iteration makes anyway any difference peanuts
compared to the complete request handling taking tens of milliseconds.

Cheers, Alfred.

-----Original Message-----
From: Joerg Heinicke [mailto:joerg.heinicke@gmx.de] 
Sent: Donnerstag, 21. September 2006 19:53
To: dev@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Re: Wildcard matcher matching wild things

On 20.09.2006 10:39, Nathaniel Alfred wrote:

> Since map:match is the
> most frequently executed pipeline instruction, speed is an issue.  That
> can be mastered by a) caching the compiled regexps and b) handling the
> simple pattern with a single * or ** as special cases without using
> regexps.

Just wondering, did you actually do some performance comparisons?

Regards,
Jörg
 
 
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