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CLJS-709: optimize clj->js for non-map collection case to array

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  1. +4 −1 src/cljs/cljs/core.cljs
@@ -7146,7 +7146,10 @@ Maps become Objects. Arbitrary keys are encoded to by key->js."
(doseq [[k v] x]
(aset m (key->js k) (clj->js v)))
- (coll? x) (apply array (map clj->js x))
+ (coll? x) (let [arr (array)]
+ (doseq [x (map clj->js x)]
+ (.push arr x))
+ arr)
:else x))))
(defprotocol IEncodeClojure

3 comments on commit 1a8faf5


sgrove commented on 1a8faf5 Dec 3, 2013

Any checks on performance difference?


swannodette replied Dec 3, 2013

Nope, but I'd expect this to be near 2X faster if not more, the previous code path required cloning the array twice and going through apply which is not fast.

The performances are still too low for some use cases, for instance when interfacing with React or om where render() need to be as fast possible and only native Arrays are understood by the library.
Any chance there could be more focused methods usable in tight loops? I.e non recursive toArray, toObject, etc

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