|From:||Jackson Ray Hamilton|
|Subject:||Re: Comprehensive JSX support in Emacs|
|Date:||Sun, 7 Apr 2019 16:19:34 -0700|
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I was running a function thousands of extra times redundantly. ELP showed that by caching the results, I was able to cut the average waiting time immediately after editing a line by 80%. This made editing some code noticeably more bearable.
There might be some better algorithms that can improve the performance even more, but it should be good enough (especially for non-monolithic, well-modularized code) to no longer be a limiting factor for merging it.
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