Neil Van Dyke writes:
> I think anyone using XML or HTML seriously with Racket should probably at
> be told of the SXML family of tools. And warned about the compatibility
> Though not tell them *everywhere* XML in the docs. For example, I
> figure a
> tutorial for
On Sun, Jun 28, 2020 at 06:01:27PM -0700, Alex Harsanyi wrote:
> I tested the your string port version and I also wrote a "string-append"
> version of the xml reader and they are both slower by about 10-15% on my
> machine, when compared to the current read-xml implementation which uses
On Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 7:48:14 AM UTC+8 Neil Van Dyke wrote:
> Is even 2x speedup helpful for your purpose?
Yes it is, and for my purpose `read-xml` is fine even without any speed
improvement. In the sports field, XML (via the TCX format) is a legacy
technology. Typical TCX files
Is even 2x speedup helpful for your purpose? 3 seconds is one old magic
number for user patience in HCI, so I suppose there's still a big
difference between 4 seconds and almost 10 seconds?
For large (and absolutely massive) XML... SSAX can shine even better
than in this comparison, since
I installed the sxml package out of curiosity, and while it is faster, it
is not 4 times as fast, as your tests indicate. I used the following test
program with a 14Mb XML file (a bike ride in TCX format):
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