Without Extensions (branches_punbb-1.3-dev-r1478)
checked every one of them 5 to 10 times before telling the finial result
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Now Installing Extensions
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-Easy Profile Fields v2.0.2
-Last Post Subject on Forum Index v1.0
-Smiley List v1.1.1
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Mpok wrote: Smartys wrote:
1. We haven't done benchmarks, so we don't know. But yes, I would presume that any difference in speed isn't drastic.
Well... Adding new features DOES cost time processing. Always.
I.e., the simple fact of changing way of construct requests (which permits further modifications with hooks) IS slower than a 'plain text' request, but the difference is indeed negligible.
Another one : use of url_rewriting IS time comsumming (rather an Apache's issue, as the process of a .htaccess is not optimized), but the feature itself is real great..
And last but most important : the entire 'hook system' (which is the major benefit of 1.3) IS slower than the old ugly 'mod system' (since the eval() function is one of the slowest function in PHP, as it is in C or others).
So each 'extension 1.3' will be slower than the corresponding 'mod 1.2' (by construction)...
Hope it "isn't drastic", as u said..
judging of what you said is correct .... if a little extensions like this effect that much i wonder how will the big ones react ... it also efftect the speed of page which is not even envolved in that extensions like search and profile pages
will test the 1.2 later ... i am tired now