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-- Changes in 2.5 --
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- * Single buffer parsing
- * Buffer chaining
- * PartialPageParser that only parses the <head> section of bodies
+ * Single buffer parsing. This is supported by the HTMLPageParser and the PartialPageParser, and means
+ that the parsing process will never copy the content into another buffer, thus increasing
+ performance and reducing the amount of garbage the garbage collector has to clean up after a parsing
+ * Buffer chaining. This allows multiple nested decorators (for example, using the JSP tags) to not
+ need to rebuffer or reparse the HTML of the chained buffer.
+ * PartialPageParser that only parses the <head> section of bodies. This is a very high performance
+ buffer for simple sitemesh use cases, that don't need any content extracted from the body. It stops
+ parsing as soon as it reaches the first body tag, and then scans from the end of the content to find
+ the end body tag, and treats everything in between as the body. Does not allow many of the advanced
+ features of Sitemesh to be used, such as filters and and <content> tags. To use the partial page
+ parser, set the the pageParser in sitemesh.xml to be com.opensymphony.module.sitemesh.parser.HTMLPageParser
@farkas
farkas added a note Nov 11, 2011

To use the PartialPageParser, set the parser to be HTMLPageParser? Shouldn't it be PartialPageParser?

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-- Changes in 2.4.2 --
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@@ -167,5 +167,8 @@ Thank these guys:
* Joseph Ottinger <joeoNOSPAM@adjacency.org>
* Hani Suleiman <NOSPAMfate@users.sourceforge.net>
* Scott Farquhar <scottNOSPAM@atlassian.com>
+* James Roper <jamesNOSPAM@jazzy.id.au>
+* Matt Quail <mquailNOSPAM@atlasian.com>
@johnou
johnou added a note Apr 8, 2012

Trivial, but missing s in atlassian?

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+* Charles Miller <cmillerNOSPAM@atlassian.com>
- Joe Walnes <joe@NOSPAMtruemesh.com>

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