Thanks a lot for your answer Hope it'll help As far as usage of fop 0.20.5 is concerned , there are two main significant reasons. 1. We have made a lot of amendments in version 0.20.4 that are specific for our project Merging our code with version 0.20.5 of fop will take a lot of time and we have not time now for it. 2. There is another branch of fop development, named "main". I took CVS snapshot of code from this branch. It is seemed that new fop works much more faster and vastly saves memory. In particular, for a lot of samples there is no need to set up command line options to increase memory for JVM. It perfectly works with default settings. So we decided to make porting on new FOP, from main branch when first version of it will be released.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Bowditch" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 4:22 PM Subject: Re: memory optimization in fop0.20.5 > >From: "Siarhei Baidun" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > > > <snip/> > > > > >But fop of version 0.20.5 runs perfectly on the same data. > >I can't use version 0.20.5 of fop because of number of reasons. > > Please explain the specific reasons why you cant use 0.20.5. We may be able > to help you resolve these issues. > > >What I want to do is to find code in 0.20.5 version that improves memory > >usage and merge this code with fop of 0.20.4 version. > > > >The question is: does anybody know what classes was affected in relation > >with memory optimization in version 0.20.5. I have not manage to find it > >myself. > >(Or may be somebody give me a hint how to find it) > > > > The performance changes made to 0.20.4 were submitted in a Patch by Henrik > Olson. The associated bug can be found here: > > http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=14013 > > Chris > > _________________________________________________________________ > Sign-up for a FREE BT Broadband connection today! > http://www.msn.co.uk/specials/btbroadband >