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Reduce memory usage when reading a large script file. #101

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harawata commented Nov 16, 2017

Instead of reading the entire file into String, this version reads a file line by line.

This patch slightly changes the behavior for simplicity.

  1. Version ≤ 3.3.1 allowed any character before @UNDO. 3.3.2 will allow only spaces and tabs. For example, the following undo marker was valid in ≤3.3.1, but will be invalid in 3.3.2.

    -- // some comment @UNDO
  2. Version ≤3.3.1 removes the first double slash in any comment line. 3.3.2 will do that only in the @UNDO line.

    -- // some comment (original)
    -- some comment (≤3.3.1)
    -- // some comment (3.3.2)

Hi @h3adache ,
Is there any reason these changes could cause some problem?


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h3adache commented Nov 17, 2017

No I think those are good changes.
There might be people that put comments before the undo but that wasn't documented.
Our documentation says -- //@UNDO as if it was the token. This is already more lenient than that.

@harawata harawata added this to the 3.3.2 milestone Nov 18, 2017

@harawata harawata changed the title MigrationReader revamp Reduce memory usage when reading a large script file. Nov 18, 2017

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@harawata harawata merged commit 1e74c3d into mybatis:master Nov 18, 2017

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harawata commented Nov 18, 2017

My thoughts exactly! Thank you, @h3adache !

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