--- Comment #9 from Vladimir Panteleev <> 2011-12-02 
10:33:44 PST ---
I did some benchmarks with this and some other variants.

At least for small strings, this code performs worse than the current appender.
Judging by the description it's optimized for large blocks of data, but in the
case of many small strings it can perform as bad as 50% worse than the current
appender for typical cases (e.g. building a few KB of HTML).

Here is my test code:

I was able to get 25% more performance for my test case from the standard
appender by adding a method that accepts multiple arguments (which preallocates
only once). My code is a hack, but it would be nice to see something like that
in the official appender.

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