2011/3/1 David Robillard :
IIRC, my Turtle parser/in-memory graph store, had roughly a < 6x
overhead over the actual amount of data, that on my laptop is around 1
MB (excluding dynamic manifests). I bet that we are already able to
stay below 32 MB with lots and lots of plugins around.
However, I think the actual RAM usage is more dependent on loaded
plugin libraries and plugin instances in hosts that allow you to load
more than a small bunch of them. And that cannot be avoided AFAIK.
In this regard, SLV2 is already showing good behavior in loading
metadata on demand.
>> > Fair enough. It seems the libraries involved can be built to be well
Are you planning to remove it in the next release?
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