[Project_owners] getElementsByTagName() problem
Eric H. Jung
grimholtz at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 12 08:22:19 EDT 2006
Thank you all for the help!
>also having looked at the document, it appears to be for an internet
>bank, I hope your intentions are good!
This is for the PasswordMaker extension, which has evolved into a Roboform-like utility.
>The problem with recursive JS functions is that the end user most likely
>ends up with a sluggish feeling browser.
How is recursion any less performant or more sluggish than repeatedly calling a function within a
loop (as in your code)?
>Ok, this looks like some dialog window so why don't you pass on the
>window used to open the dialog, because that saves you the above lines.
Actually, it is called from a browser.xul overlay :(
>Why this difficult? I mean, all frames end up in content.frames so why
>don't you use that instead?
Because I didn't know about content.frames :)
>I hate code duplication so I would use something like this:
Is the SpiderMonkey compiler capable of function inlining? If not, I would suggest that code
duplication might actually lead to faster code in many cases (ignoring the fact that the one-time
compile may take longer as code size increases).
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