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From Thorsten Scherler <thors...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Performance in views
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 07:54:17 GMT
El mié, 05-10-2005 a las 11:21 +0100, Ross Gardler escribió:
>  From the FT IRC logs:
> 
> +Oct 05 15:00:15 <kronenpj>	On my quip regarding cocoon caching...  That 
> site took 50 minutes to build using 0.8 & views.
> +Oct 05 15:00:21 <xley>	Ah yeah.
> +Oct 05 15:00:34 <kronenpj>	With essentially the same content the pelt 
> site takes much less.
> +Oct 05 15:00:35 <xley>	good success story
> +Oct 05 15:00:40 <kronenpj>  :)
> +Oct 05 15:01:12 <xley>	hey this is my worry with current views 
> development ...
> +Oct 05 15:01:37 <xley>	i get a sneaking feeling that it doesn't use 
> cocoon ideally.

Why do you think that David? 
Can you please show us!

> +Oct 05 15:01:58 <kronenpj>	I think you're probably right.
> 
> One reason for this poor performance is that xinclude is used 
> extensively. 

Actually there is "only" one part of the code depending on a include
with a xpointer. That is the reason I used xinclude. AFAIK cinclude does
not support xpointer, right?

I need to have a look how to rewrite this.

> These reqeusts cannot be cached. Therefore everything is 
> generated *every* time it is requested.
> 
> We need to switch this to cinclude.

See above does cinclude support xpointer, if so then we can switch right
away.

salu2
-- 
thorsten

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