[antlr-interest] Speed (was: build issues: bytecode assembly generation)
John D. Mitchell
johnm-antlr at non.net
Fri Oct 22 23:24:15 PDT 2004
'netiquette nanny says: Remember to trim those posts!
>>>>> "Don" == Don Caton <dcaton at shorelinesoftware.com> writes:
> With full optimizations, the entire lexing/parsing/treewalking process is
> plenty fast enough.
>> (D) In real terms, does that 2 seconds vs. 15 seconds really drive your
>> development style into some sort of major dysfunction?
> I'm writing a commercial compiler. If you were the user, recompiling a
> project with 10 files, would you rather wait 150 seconds or 20?
I'm confused. You say it's fast enough and then you're complaining about
it's speed. Please clarify.
> Far as searching the archives, I've been there already, several times.
> Yahoo's interface to these groups is horrible. You can only enter basic
> search terms and it only searches through a few hundred messages at a
> time. There doesn't even appear to be any way to display messages in
> threaded order. It's just awful. Do you know if there's an archive
> maintained anywhere else besides Yahoo?
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