[gambit-list] Gambit-C 4.0 beta 13

ben at fuhok.net ben at fuhok.net
Thu May 12 18:20:40 EDT 2005


My guess is that this problem doesn't have much to do with your gambit
installation or with the speed of compiled vs interpreted code.  The
example passes the continuation around via a query parameter, not by a
hidden form field (though the continuation is included there too).
This makes for one honking long url.  The example works fairly well
for me with linux/firefox regardless of whether or not it is compiled
or interpreted (although there is some funkiness with the browser
location bar).  It also ran ok with windows/firefox.  The version of
IE 6 I tested couldn't (or wouldn't) handle continuation-sized urls at
all.

I bet that the example would run very well if the continuation was
passed around using POST instead of GET.  Probably Marc was just too
busy implementing new features to bother with decoding form data.


Ben


On Thu, May 12, 2005 at 11:10:15AM -0400, Dominique Boucher wrote:
> Marc,
> 
> Really nice! Congratulations!
> 
>  > - The web-server example has been extended to demonstrate how
>  >    web-continuations can be used.  There is also a fairly complete
>  >    library for dynamically generating HTML.  It shows how the
>  >    ##namespace and ##include forms can be used to modularize code.
> 
> Maybe it's my setup (I compiled Gambit-C under cygwin on a 2.2GHz
> Celeron running Windows XP with 764Mb RAM), but the web-continuations
> example is horribly slow. Each request takes many seconds to
> complete. Is this normal? 
> 
> Dominique
> -- 
> Dominique Boucher, Ph.D.
> The Scheme Way Project
> http://schemeway.sourceforge.net
> 
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