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Newbie Question (Be Nice!): Hits and misses

Flores, Paul A.

Rather new to doxygen.

 

I am generating XML to be used to reverse engineer in an attempt at setting a UML baseline for an existing project.  Concern is that there will be some significant delta between what he code has and what the resulting UML represents.

 

So after an initial run we are seeing the following in the log file and it has raised some questions.  Notably what does this mean? -> "lookup cache used 65536/65536 hits=1215374 misses=144799"

 

What constitutes a "miss"?  Does this imply that there are 144799 "omissions" in the resulting XML?

 

Any insights, guidance, clarification or advice is appreciated!

 

Paul




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Re: Newbie Question (Be Nice!): Hits and misses

albert
Paul,

This message has nothing to do with the selected type of output.
Please have a look in the documentation of the LOOKUP_CACHE_SIZE setting in the configuration part of the manual.
So no omissions as you suspected.

Albert


On Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 3:59 PM, Flores, Paul A. <[hidden email]> wrote:

Rather new to doxygen.

 

I am generating XML to be used to reverse engineer in an attempt at setting a UML baseline for an existing project.  Concern is that there will be some significant delta between what he code has and what the resulting UML represents.

 

So after an initial run we are seeing the following in the log file and it has raised some questions.  Notably what does this mean? -> "lookup cache used 65536/65536 hits=1215374 misses=144799"

 

What constitutes a "miss"?  Does this imply that there are 144799 "omissions" in the resulting XML?

 

Any insights, guidance, clarification or advice is appreciated!

 

Paul




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