Fri, 15 Feb 2002 01:42:01 +0000
Troy or anyone else. Is it really absolutely necessary to apply filters in
StripText. Is there anything that is removed by the filters that really isn't
wanted in the search? The search is speeded up by about 33% on a normal
optimised build just by not applying the optionfilters and stripfilters.
The operation of applying a filter is much more expensive than searching the
If they are still needed, one option could be to do a full unfiltered search
then a filtered search on the results.
Or alternatively, during the Search function do a search on unfiltered text,
then repeat the search on filtered text if it matches.
I haven't tried this so I don't know how badly this scales.
Naively I would assume that since about 5% of the search is in the Search
function, ~33% in filter ~33% in operator char* and ~33% in operator ++ at
the worst case scenario the search will be 5% slower if it going to return
all verses, very roughly 15% faster if returning 50% verses.
If anyone else could try this out and report on it that would be great,
otherwise I'll try and get time tomorrow sometime to try it and see how times
go. Unless of course the filters can be ignored.
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