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Thursday, February 21, 2008


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Ouch! Good job on catching it Nick!
It's funny how the simplest things that slip by you can cause such unintended havoc down the line, at least you noticed very shortly after adding the offending code. You could have not known about this till 6 months time.. would you have found it so easily then?

I had a similar issue with NewsMonster....

If users had a LOT of feeds the template to build the page would take forever to build and then render.

Worked on a few hundred but not a few thousand.

I ended up reworking it to include an inline HTTP server and then dovetailing that into the Mozilla XPCOM layer so that newsmonster: URLs would then serve from Tomcat into the browser so I could use a real template language.

That's where Rojo came from ;)

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