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Subject: RE: [emergency] Circle and Polygon

Nod. It had to be mentioned, was all.


On Fri, 2005-06-10 at 11:36 -0500, Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> The DOM parser may be the wrong implementation approach. 
> A SAX-like parser (eg, XMLReader) is a way one handles 
> large documents.  It is harder to implement but much 
> faster.  The problem one wants to avoid is premature 
> optimization of the wrong piece of the technology.
> len
> From: Kon Wilms [mailto:kon@datacast.biz]
> That issue is not uncommon. Its standard practice for most DOM parsers
> to load the entire XML file into memory before parsing. Get a few of
> those going with threads and RAM decreases fast. I am sure that everyone
> using fast desktop workstations with a gig of ram don't even notice it.
> The little guys with 64MB of RAM on an embedded system do, however.
> This would be about the time where I wave my 'split the resources into
> separately referenced files' flag.
> Ofcourse, this could also be purely a speed issue with some code that
> needs optimization.

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