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From Glen Mazza <grm7...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Performance improvement in property consumption.
Date Thu, 14 Oct 2004 18:35:19 GMT
--- Finn Bock <bckfnn@worldonline.dk> wrote:
> 
> [Glen]
> 
> > Why is it more efficient (I know it is, given your
> > metrics, but want to know why)--aren't you just
> moving
> > the values already stored in the PropertyList into
> > separate fields in the FO objects?  Yes, you're
> > releasing the PropertyList's memory, but the
> elements
> > that the PropertyList previously stored are now
> stored
> > in the FObj.
> 
> Keep in mind that there is 2 different sets of
> properties:
> - The set of specified properties.
> - The relevant properties (as listed in the spec
> under each element).
> 
> The existing PropertyList stores the specified
> properties in the super 
> HashMap and has an additional cache which stores all
> retrieved properties.
> 

Ummm...just to be very careful so I can understand
what you're saying--instead of "retrieved properties"
above, did you mean "relevant properties"?


> In my proposal the specified and the cached
> properties are still stored 
> in the property list but only the relevant
> properties are retained in 
> the fo object.
> 

Glen


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