We are planning a complete re-write of the core CAT.NET engine starting July 1st to get a scalable engine from which we can build on. Building graphs from code is “expensive” hence the OOM issues with the current version. We do it all in memory.. doh! Lot’s of cool features / improvements will be added as well of course.
In order to make sure we are making some right decisions I need to validate our assumptions on the size ranges of web project files. Its far from scientific as the number of methods etc. has a huge impact on the size of the graph generation but we need some basic data to create a range…….drum beat for the “Mini-survey”, please post responses in the comments section.
How big can YOUR web projects grow (in KB’s) ?
What’s an average (mean) size (in KB’s) of projects you want to be able to scan?
Your feedback affects our engineering ;-)