This patches adds a new avmshell cmdline option, '-xmlFile [/path/to/xml/file]'. When passed with the path to an XML document, the document with be parsed into an XML object tree on a background thread, while the main thread executes the given application. For example: bash$ ./avmshell -xmlFile /Users/siwilkin/xml.dat -- helloworld.abc Note that the resulting XML object tree is not handed off to the main thread, it is simply discarded when the parse is complete. It's useful to generate some large random XML files for use with this. This can be done via the XML Benchmark Project's data generation tool, xmlgen. See http://www.xml-benchmark.org/downloads.html.
(In reply to comment #1) > Created attachment 526103 [details] [diff] [review] > Latest. TR rev 6090. Patch queue rev 280 This patch isn't pretty or clever! Clearly it's never meant to land.
Created attachment 526153 [details] [diff] [review] Latest. TR rev 6090. Patch queue rev 284