Richard Jones wrote:
>One of the big issues is that rest isn't optimised. I don't know what the
>scope is for optimising rest, nor have I got any real benchmark numbers. The
>emphasis so far has been to build it to spec. It's potentially much slower
>than stx because the latter has been around for longer and therefore is
>potentially more tweaked. The ReStructuredText Document works because I
>compile the source text into HTML when it's written. Nice and fast, and works
>well in content management environments. In the above DTML tag usage though,
>you'd want "content" to be quite small or the performance hit could be large.
Well I have seen the alternative... and it isn't nice!
The users happily paste in 300KB of obscure html from word.
Html that is about 15 KB when run through Tidy that is!
Besides, most of the stx documents I see my users paste in in real life
is a few KB worth of text. Max... And the advantage is that REST has a
syntax that is much closer to what ordinary users expect.
In userland indentation is actually a hard problem.
regards Max M
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