[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 8177] Javascript search incredibly slow

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Fri May 5 06:32:47 PDT 2006


------- Comment #3 from akwb at msn.com  2006-05-05 06:32 PDT -------
Your test case does cause a beachball but for no where near as long as the
original code. The format of the original code is:

 <select size="7" name="domain" onChange="selectu();">

                        <option value="lnj23jkn6">1q1fhewsdax.com</option>
                        <option value="wadsa266">1tasda2122.co.uk</option>

But there are 600+ option values, each of which is different and 9 characters

The other part of the script is like this:

<select size="7" name="user" onChange="selectd();">

                        <option value="lnj23jkn6">lnj23jkn6</option>
                        <option value="wadsa266">wadsa266</option>

But there are 600+ option values.

When selecting a value from the list with the code on the original page as
described here Activity Monitor went from single figures for CPU usage up to
85% until the beach ball stopped.

I apologise for not having the skill to write a test case.

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