On May 24, 5:40 am, Andrew Dupont <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On May 23, 7:16 am, "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> wrote:
>
> > With the latest prototype (1.5.1), the next() function (and probably
> > also prev() and the rest of the navigation function) cause a
> > tremendous slowdown in IE if they are used with the following syntax:
> > next(Number). From what I saw in the code, that translates to a
> > Selector with a '*' expression. Using next(null, 1) solves the
> > slowdown problem.
>
> This is troubling to me. I could've sworn I fixed this back when I
> wrote the Selector code, but perhaps I just fixed it for the no-
> arguments case and not the one-numeric-argument case. We'll address
> this in 1.5.2.
>
> > Also, since this might be related,
> > getElementsByClassName is also very slow in this release.
>
> Compared to which release? Care to post some benchmarks?
Sorry no benchmarks. That was just from the top of my memory. My
reason for putting 'in this release' in there was, that I didn't
notice any slowdowns when using getElementsByClassName in previous
releases (that were noticeable in this release, at least).
>
> Cheers,
> Andrew


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