With bug 307601 fixed (by attachment 172366 [details] [diff] [review]), the single most time consuming part of nsIAtom::Equals(AString) is the strlen on the atom's char* needed to create the dependent string. Would it perhaps make sense to store the string length in atoms so that it can just be passed in when we create the dependent string?
For that matter, would it make sense to use an nsStringBuffer* instead of a char* in atoms? That will make all atoms 8 bytes bigger, but maybe that's ok. I guess since it's a char* buffer, not PRUnichar*, there's not much win to the Unicode ToString from this, though...
mass reassigning to nobody.
Jonas, didn't bug 534136 just fix all this?
7 years ago
This was fixed a long time ago