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bug#16800: 24.3; flyspell works slow on very short words at the end of b
bug#16800: 24.3; flyspell works slow on very short words at the end of big file
Sun, 2 Mar 2014 01:39:06 +0400
On Sat, Mar 01, 2014 at 03:11:41AM +0400, Aleksey Cherepanov wrote:
> I've wrote a small fuzzer. It is in attach. To run it:
> $ LANG=C emacs -Q --eval '(load-file "t2.el")'
> Then C-j to start. It modifies buffer you are in.
New version is attached.
M-j tries last macro or macro specified in my-macro variable.
For manual experiments C-o and C-u C-o defines flyspell-word-search-*
as my-test-*-(orig|new). Though I improved output so C-j should be
> > Hope no one will generate files with words containing something in
> > OTHERCHARS.
> Otherchars are not rare as of ' is there for "american" dictionary. So
> even this email contains such words ("while's").
> BTW quite interesting flyspell behaviour could be observed with
> "met'met'and": if you jump back and forth over this word then met'met
> is highlighted when you are at the beginning and met'and is
> highlighted when you are at the end.
> Also "met'met'and met'and" highlights both met'and as mis-spelled (the
> second met'and is not marked as duplicate).
I think original search of "n'n" against "n'n'n'n" finds only
(n'n)'(n'n) but not n'(n'n)'n. Our search marks the first word as
duplicate running (kbd "n'n SPC en'n'n C-a") while original search
does not. What behaviour is preferable? Should the first word of "n'n
en'n'n" be marked as duplicate?
> Are there any variables that could affect search like
> case-fold-search? My fuzzer does not set them but users could have
> them set.
Also my fuzzer does not try bounds for the search. But we will be in
trouble if the search bound is at word bound because we want one more
char. Though we could extend bound by 1 char to solve that.
Now only forward search is enabled in my fuzzer. Setup it at the end
of file as you need.
I've implemented a variant of forward search using regexp. It seems
that forward search does not get slow from the group in regexp. I did
not measured well though. The function is shorter with regexp. Maybe
we should make a correct variant before fast one... %-)
Also forward search works a bit faster in general. So we could try to
implement backward search though forward search.
(goto-char (1+ p))
to not fail on (kbd "nd SPC d'nd SPC nd SPC met C-a").
At the moment the fuzzer could pass several thousands of tests well.
You need to wait for fails or improve test generator.
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bug#16800: 24.3; flyspell works slow on very short words at the end of big file, Agustin Martin, 2014/03/09