Rene Veerman wrote: > Oh, i forgot to mention that firefox takes about a gigabyte of memory > after having stalled at "200mb parsed" in a 330mb document.. > > And despite using setTimeout(), firefox frequently freezes (for about > 2 to 10 minutes), before updating the decoding-status display again. > > I'd really appreciate someone checking my non-eval() json > parser-decoder to see if my code is at fault, or if i've triggered a > firefox 'bug'.
in all honesty I'm kinda wondering why anybody would want to look at 120+mb of array data in a web browser - do you have any use-cases? as for the firefox side of things, it's built and designed to handle web pages, documents, extensions and streaming media - when the rest of the world is focussed on making things smaller, to optimise for making things bigger normally doesn't come in to the equation. regards though - challenges are what make us better. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php