[Catalyst] c->forwad vs direct method call
alex at taskforce-1.com
Wed Aug 9 08:12:45 CEST 2006
"A forward is similar to a method call. The main differences are that it wraps
the call in an eval to allow exception handling; it automatically passes
along the context object ($c or $context); and it allows profiling of each
call (displayed in the log with debugging enabled)."
On Tuesday 08 August 2006 07:06, leonard.a.jaffe at jpmchase.com wrote:
> > Anyone know if it's slower, I'm not sure of the nuts and bolts of the
> > forward method but I was just curious, a co-working always does
> > call_A($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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