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From: David PONCE <david.ponce@wa...> - 2005-01-07 15:26:16
> Sorry for not responding to your first message.
There is no harm, we are all very busy ;-)
> I agree with your change. Your original message on this topic
> expressed that the block lexical token did not contain the collapsed
> entities that made up the block. You're new change does?
Yes. It is that part that remains untested.
> In a previous message I recall you mentioning that your full java
> parser was the same speed, or perhaps faster than the tagging-only
> java parser. If we apply this lexical scanning technique to ( and )
> type blocks with the caching of block contents, would would that make
> the java tag parser faster since we would not need to recurse into the
I really don't know.
However it is a very good idea to check if a full lexical
analysis+caching of block contents is faster than recursive call to
the lexer. The answer should be very interesting ;-)
I will commit the changes as soon as I can, probably after this WE.