Posted by jim guerber on March 10, 2016 at 17:00:18:
In Reply to: Re: XAP AND 64 BIT OS posted by Steven Hagen on March 10, 2016 at 14:07:19:
Strange that is slower on c32. (or is it the server, firewall etc??). There is a big difference between c16 & c32 XAP. In c16 we start sending pieces of the web page as soon as the program first starts to generate them. In c32 we accumulate the page in memory and send it all when lun 0 is closed, ending the server/client conversation. This is much more efficient, but may produce a lag. This may be even more noticeable if the page does not end properly (/body /html).
This may have been a poor design decision on my part, but it allows the program to generate items such as cookies at any time not just when the header is being built.
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