[antlr-interest] ANTLR 3.0ea1 and ANTLRWorks 1.0ea1 released!
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Thu Jun 2 10:49:59 PDT 2005
It's true that Swing eats a lot of memory, but it should work well
with a 184Kb file. The problem is that if the grammar file is a v2
grammar, I can easily imagine that memory gets short because of the
analysis error that ANTLRWorks and ANTLR will generate.
As usual with early access release, I cannot guarantee that it will
open *any* grammar file. However, I would love to receive a few
grammar file that causes trouble to ANTLRWorks so the next early
access version will be better ;-)
Le 2 juin 05 à 05:20, stefan a écrit :
> On Thursday 02 June 2005 14:42, rvjansen at xs4all.nl wrote:
>>> well 64 mb is a LOT of mem to occupy for opening a 184kb file.
>> Trust me, for any reasonable Swing program it is next to nothing.
>> I have
>> come to accept this, although that was hard for someone who's large
>> Assembler-XF programs counted 3-4K instructions and then was
>> shocked at
>> the median size of a COBOL program at a whopping 32K.
> I've build few swing applications and I can say swing it's quite
> slow and
> consumes a lot of resources.
> I consider this is not the most important part as long as:
> - the application is reliable from a functional point of view
> - small response time for simple operations
> - it offers me information of the ongoing long operations
> - presents exceptions in a understandable way (I prefer a simple
> like "Oooops! Bad click!" to a stack trace)
> - I have the resources (I think these days 256M of RAM is
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