--- Comment #13 from Robert Rohde <>  2010-01-18 00:05:29 
UTC ---
Alex is correct, the lag is mostly the massive structure of Citation/core which
has over 200 #if branches (though only a fraction would be called during any
given execution).  None of it is individually bad, but taken collectively and
called more than 100 times per article and it will really add up.

As an aside, I've been contemplating extending the parser caching of pages to
allow for per-page template caching which would allow one to bypass
re-rendering these rarely changed blocks most of the time.

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