• speed

    From Tritium@VERT to All on Fri Jul 25 11:35:00 2003

    For a mod (email verificaton, etc..)

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm using xsdk)

    -tritium

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  • From Digital Man@VERT to Tritium on Fri Jul 25 14:20:00 2003
    Re: speed
    By: Tritium to All on Fri Jul 25 2003 11:35 am

    For a mod (email verificaton, etc..)

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm usi xsdk)

    Baja would be the most "efficient", but I would recommend JS over Baja.

    digital man

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  • From Corey@VERT to Digital Man on Fri Jul 25 14:48:00 2003
    Re: speed
    By: Digital Man to Tritium on Fri Jul 25 2003 02:20 pm

    Re: speed
    By: Tritium to All on Fri Jul 2

    For a mod (email verificaton, etc..)

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm xsdk)

    Baja would be the most "efficient", but I would recommend JS over Baja.

    digital man

    Snapple "Real Fact" #145:
    Lake Superior is the world's largest lake.

    yeah baja is great, err just don't drink the water...

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  • From Angus Mcleod@VERT to Tritium on Fri Jul 25 16:55:00 2003
    Re: speed
    By: Tritium to All on Fri Jul 25 2003 11:35:00

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm usi xsdk)

    You mean execution efficiency of a native code app as opposed to BAJA? I'd have to say that native code would probably be more efficient to run. But depending on application, a BAJA script (or better yet, JS) would probably be _much_ easier to write, debug and generally develop/maintain.

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  • From Warp 4@VERT to Tritium on Mon Jul 28 12:33:00 2003
    Re: speed
    By: Tritium to All on Fri Jul 25 2003 12:35 pm

    For a mod (email verificaton, etc..)

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm usi xsdk)

    I use a Baja mod (I blieve) that includes a telnet verifier that uses email verification.

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  • From Tritium@VERT to Warp 4 on Mon Jul 28 14:46:00 2003
    Re: speed
    By: Warp 4 to Tritium on Mon Jul 28 2003 01:33 pm

    Re: speed
    By: Tritium to All on Fri Jul 2

    For a mod (email verificaton, etc..)

    would a 32bit program, or a baja module be more efficient? (assuming.i'm xsdk)

    I use a Baja mod (I blieve) that includes a telnet verifier that uses email verification.


    If your mentioning the one done by demonic then i've tried it. Its missing quite a few things I would like (like automatic upgrading of access upon verification, changing the email ddy if the user adjusts it prior to verification, etc.

    -tritium
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