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Betreff: Re: RTF - list-item-label encoding (was: RTF and table/column widths 
(moved from fop-users))
Gesendet: Mi 01 Mär 2006 00:45:39 CET
Von: "Andreas L Delmelle"<[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> On Feb 28, 2006, at 23:17, Andreas L Delmelle wrote:
> > <snip />
> > Is it allowed to use unicode escapes in control words? If so, the  
> > solution could be as simple as using RTFStringConverter to escape  
> > any 'text' if necessary.
> >
> > In practice, my proposal would come down to
> On that note, while browsing through the related sources, found some  
> room for minor optimization in the RtfStringConverter itself. If this  
> deals with many and/or large portions of text: see below.
> If no one objects...
You changed the Writer.write to StringBuffer operations. I'd say that appending 
to a StringBuffer is much slower than writing directly to a 
BufferedOutputStream. There was a comparison between static concatenation, 
concatenation of Strings (variables) during runtime and appending characters to 
a StringBuffer. I don't remember the factor, but it was significant. Afterall 
RTF-export is not time critic and runs smooth and maybe the usage of 
StringBuffer.append is encouraged (due to incredible speed up in newer 
SDKs...whatever)...any comments?

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