The Problems of Perl: The Future of Bugzilla
gerv at mozilla.org
Tue May 15 13:17:56 UTC 2007
Myk Melez wrote:
> For me those times approach 100%, and I suspect most Bugzilla users (and
> many users of other applications that page information, often to
> increase ad views) feel the same, in which case paging bug lists by
> default would be a big step backwards.
I agree; the great thing about a single-page list is that you can do
quick-and-dirty subsearch using Find In Page.
This is a feature I think people would miss. And given that it works
now, and b.m.o. manages to stay up, I don't see a need to eliminate it.
We might, of course, want to page results coming from the database,
reading each page and then "forgetting" it as we write out the template,
to reduce server-side memory usage while still having everything on one
big HTML page.
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