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[REBOL] Re: parse vs. load/markup (a bit long)

From: hallvard:ystad:helpinhand at: 24-Jan-2002 22:24

Joel, Romano, thanks for interesting comments. Dixit Joel Neely (14.51 24.01.2002):
>Thanks for the very nice summary! > >OBTW, how big was the page on which you ran your test?
About 93k
>It might be interesting to see the effect of the following, if >you have time to fiddle with it:
Well, I really shouldn't, but... I ran a few tests with hash! instead of block!, with 'select instead of 'switch, with nested 'either blocks, but it all turned out as bad or worse than the initial experiment. I manipulate the block too much for a hash! to be effective, and I might have misunderstood your 'select example, but anyway, it's very logical that the fastes way to do it is with the original 'html-code parse rule, since two different operations (load/markup & content manipulation) is there united into one. A /callback refinement to 'load/markup, as you suggested, would be cool. ~H