[Catalyst] c->forwad vs direct method call

leonard.a.jaffe at jpmchase.com leonard.a.jaffe at jpmchase.com
Tue Aug 8 16:06:11 CEST 2006

> Anyone know if it's slower, I'm not sure of the nuts and bolts of the
> forward method but I was just curious, a co-working always does
> call_A($c); and I do  $c->forward('call_A');
> Is there a difference?

I've found a difference.  forward() is slower than direct call.

But I've found that unless I'm going to call something repeatedly,
I use forward, and get nice debugging statistics.  For something, 
short, tight, and called often, I use regular method invocation.


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