Exe file is too slow

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jvackar
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Exe file is too slow

Post by jvackar »

Hi,
I've tested your SiteInFile Compiler. Almost everything is perfect, but only speed of the software is very bad. I've tested only simple html sites (included javascript, css). It takes about 20sec. when I click on button located on my sites to get on another site. Where can be problem?

Thanks.

Sorry for my english, I´m not from english speaking country).

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Post by support »

Please don't forget that all content encrypted and compressed.

Vulcano
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Post by Vulcano »

Same here.
That should be fixed.
Thanks

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Post by support »

So, we should remove compression and encryption?

Sandy12
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Post by Sandy12 »

Thanks for info

jshands
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YES!

Post by jshands »

I know this is an old topic but to answer your question YES, you should allow us to disable the encryption and adjust the level of compression as options.

We used to pass out our HTML directly to the end user, we're using SiteInFile to consolidate the resource into a single file, letting the users see our HTML isn't an issue. We would rather have speed than encryption, and we could go up in file size a bit as well if it would speed things along. As it stands, anyone on an older machine feels like nothing happens until they click the link 3 or 4 times.

- Justin

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Post by support »

Okay, we will make compression and encryption optional.

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Post by support »

Page loading speed increased in current version 3.2.7.0 and added custom compression options.

jshands
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Post by jshands »

Thank you for making the compression adjustable, it's so much nicer now! Also, I'm glad we can finally use CTRL+C to copy, right-clicking was getting tiresome.

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Post by support »

New decompressor works 10 times faster in 4.x version.

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