I have a small Java utility that is run from the command line and converts a folder of SVGs into a PDF. The utility uses Apache FOP to do the conversion. I am not a Java expert and so hired someone to write this utility for me. It works correctly, but is VERY slow. It takes at least 7-8 seconds to run for a single page, and multi-page PDFs take 15-30 seconds. I have attached the source file as well as an archive representing the "typical" input folder. I am calling the utility as follows:
java -jar /var/www/helper_code/[url removed, login to view] /var/www/helper_code/pdf_staging/73898/10333/master*.svg /var/www/helper_code/pdf_staging/73898/10333/[url removed, login to view]
I am looking for someone that can optimize this utility for me so that it runs more quickly. Ideally I would like it to run in less than 5 seconds.
I'm an expert in java with over ten years experiences. I also have much experience in file conversion using FOP. I read your code, and I can help you to optimize it.
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what kind of machine you are running on? on my machine (2.5G cpu, 8G RAM) the result is <3s.........there is some error but here is the the result: $ time java -jar [url removed, login to view] 73898/10333/[url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view] Mais