Memory efficient DOM (Part 2)

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This is the follow-up to the first part of my writing on memory efficient DOM implementation for KOffice. Now my intention is to find out whether real-time compression can help to further reduce the memory consumption. XML compression is a whole field of research. There are a bunch of compressor available, from XMill, XMLZip, XMLPPM,… Read more »

KOffice in LinuxUser

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The November edition of LinuxUser features, among others, a review of six alternatives to OpenOffice: Applixware, Siag Office, Softmaker Office, Thinkfree Office, Gnome Office and of course our beloved KOffice. KOffice is praised for the perfect KDE integration, its resource friendliness, the comprehensive functionalities and the outlook of its future development. Granted, it was for… Read more »

Memory efficient DOM

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A known problem with KOffice applications is the inability to cope with very large data (e.g. bug #59510). This is often related to filters, e.g. when you are importing Excel documents (see bug #85372). Fortunately, as I wrote there, this has been solved already as the filter now can produce large documents without causing the… Read more »