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comment Removing Subordinated Headline Levels From The ToC Automatically When Using `*`
It should work now for all of the classes and sectioning commands :)
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answered Removing Subordinated Headline Levels From The ToC Automatically When Using `*`
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accepted Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
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answered Where can I find documentation on biblatex 1.7 (or other older versions of packages)?
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comment Where can I find documentation on biblatex 1.7 (or other older versions of packages)?
Is this it?
Jul
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comment Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
@BrunoLeFloch could you expand on your first comment a little. I've left the question open to give you a chance to answer. I'm confused about (1) why a second pass is required or (2) why increasing the length of values causes the scan for duplicate keys to take that much longer. I'm guessing that the compiler needs to check every token to see whether it is the start of a key delimiter, including tokens contained in values?
Jul
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comment Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
As a follow up, in a simple write/retrieve situation like this (where duplicate "keys" don't exist and don't get changed) writing pairs sequentially to a token list/sequence and then parsing afterwards to recover items would eliminate the parse on write aspect and, depending on implementation, possibly be more efficient? Are there any specific gains associated with retrieval from a property list as opposed to a sequence/token list?
Jul
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comment Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
Thanks Joseph, that makes perfect sense.
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revised Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
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comment Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
@JosephWright While not a major difference in absolute time, the 20% increase was something I couldn't understand as my (obviously naive) thought was that it would decrease the compilation time. I checked the files and they are the correct size. Could you have compiled without removing the filecontents (which was left there to make the example working) in which case the downloaded files may have been overwritten? I'll edit the code so that won't happen.
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comment Does writing to a property list take longer than writing to a token list?
Thanks @lockstep, didn't know of the profiling tag, perhaps someone could suggest an efficiency synonym...that one's a little hard to find unless you know what to look for :)