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Re: [typo] wordpress converter
Mon May 04 02:02:21 2009
Tried this on one of the spam comments I mentioned earlier, selected at
random. I didn't do a scientific test, but generating HTML for that comment
with BlueCloth 1 took about 20 seconds on my devevelopment machine; with
BlueCloth 2, about 0.14. I like it!
2009/4/29 de Villamil Frédéric <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Le 29 avr. 09 à 09:22, de Villamil Frédéric a écrit :
>> Le 29 avr. 09 à 08:32, Erik Ostrom a écrit :
>> Yes. Although the recently released BlueCloth 2 is built on Discount,
>>> which should bring it into the "fast and slim" category.
>>> Of course there are drawbacks to depending on C code, which Discount is.
>>> This might lead back to the question in that other thread about including
>>> unpacked gems in typo....
>> Including unpacked gems into Typo was a way for us to make the install
>> process easier with by including lots of dependencies into the core
>> application. It sounded like a good idea, until it crashed somewhere.
>> For bluecloth2, I'm going to check if we can integrate it without breaking
>> everything, but it may help to fasten Typo, which is always good. I've
>> opened a ticket at
>> can follow if you're interested in this topic.
> I've replaced bluecloth 1.0 by bluecloth 2.0 on master tonight. Seems to
> work smoothly. I've also removed it from vendor/ and added as a gem
> dependency instead. Tell me if perfs are better and if nothing goes wrong
> for you.
> Frédéric de Villamil
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