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From Fernando Padilla <f...@alum.mit.edu>
Subject Re: [vysper] cloning and forwarding stanzas
Date Tue, 01 Sep 2009 16:47:20 GMT
I wonder, would it be too complicated to create something like 

I also wonder if there is some way to not generate all of the stanzas 
right away, but only as they are processed.  Basically following the 
google-collections ideas of creating Iterables whose items are 
generated/instanciated on the fly instead of a fully instanciated 
collection.  This won't fix the cpu use on cloning, but it could at 
least reduce the max memory used depending on how many threads are 
devoted to consuming the Iterable, versus processing the in-flight 
stanzas.. etc.

On 9/1/09 2:47 AM, Bernd Fondermann wrote:
> Michael Jakl wrote:
>> Hi!
>> On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 11:27, Bernd Fondermann<bf_jak@brainlounge.de>  wrote:
>>> It's not 'easier'. It would use less objects, yet not neccessarily much
>>> less memory though. Think about it: Queueing up the character data needs
>>> much more memory: what's now stored as 1 immutable inner object (and
>>> it's children) is then multiplexed into 1000s of character streams.
>>> Probably this would need much more memory! (And don't tell me now to
>>> store in special string objects what's unchanged, because this is what
>>> we are doing now right now with immutable objects!)
>> :D, no I won't. You're right the character data would take a lot more
>> space than the objects do now.
>> Sorry for taking a bit  longer to grasp that, and thanks for the explanation ;)
> No problem. You don't know how long it took me to figure this out in the
> first place! ;-)
>    Bernd

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