[geeklog-devel] Comment Speed Improvement
tony at tonybibbs.com
Wed Mar 31 00:56:53 EST 2004
Spell checker is basically ready to go with some rigorous testing.
Again, it is important to note that aspell doesn't like words with
single quotes (e.g. don't, won't, can't, we'll, etc). However, despite
this I think the feature is useful and, as is typical with most of our
features, it can be turned off.
I'll see if I can't get the code into CVS in short order. Keep in mind
the spell checking will only be done for stories and comments since
there is an existing preview option that makes integration easier. For
future release we'll have to talk about how we might want to add it to
things like links, events, etc which don't have a preview concept.
Dirk Haun wrote:
>>I've been thinking hard about improving the speed of displaying comments
>>by reducing the number of queries and potentially removing the need to
>>use recursive functions.
>Well, I didn't RTFA, but if it improves the speed while retaining
>compatibility with old links, I'm all for it. And if you could throw in
>links to individual comments (so that search results in comments can
>point to the actual comment) ...
>Btw, did you see that I assigned you a bug report submitted by Niels:
>I think for 1.3.10, we should concentrate on speed improvements (like the
>ones suggested by Niels, but there may be others) as well as fixing some
>of the inconsistencies that have crept in over the last few releases. And
>if we could do all that in less than 8 months this time ...
>Which doesn't mean that new features aren't welcome. Tony, Blaine, what's
>the status of your latest additions (spell checker, archiving)?
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