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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13098] - Digester Performance
Date Fri, 27 Sep 2002 21:20:44 GMT
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Digester Performance

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------- Additional Comments From rdonkin@apache.org  2002-09-27 21:20 -------
thanks for posting this to bugzilla, greg, and thanks for the figures.

(i had a feeling that your patch would turn out to be this.)

i've thought about this before and came to the conclusion that generic caching the right 
way to solve this problem. by this i mean that the caching should be done in the reflection

layer rather than in the calling component. that way, every component using the 
reflection library can enjoy this advantage, not just digester.

i didn't realise that method caching made such a large difference (but i'm on java 1.3 and

so reflection is s l o w) and i'll try to raise this issue as soon as lang is released. please
stick 
around and join in the discussions. 

- robert

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