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Even with the AWK based indexer, indexing cards before each review gets slow if there are a lot of files / cards.
To work around this, the indexer can be run only one time, caching the results in a hash table.
Advises are added to `delete-file' and `rename-file' remove / update keys from the hash table.
Changes to existing files & new files are detected with a
on org-mode files.
During a review many files are changed and saved. To keep this as fast as possible, instead of re-processing files after each save, changed files are collected in `org-fc-cache-queue' and reprocessed in bulk the next time the cache is accessed.
Assuming only a small subset of the flashcard files is changed between reviews, this is much faster than building the full index ch time.
Caching can be activated/deactivated with
To activate this mode when Emacs starts, activate it in your configuration:
|Dashboard||Elapsed time: 3.642393s|
|Index Cards in Subdirectory||Elapsed time: 0.502262s|
|Index Cards with Tag||Elapsed time: 3.266725s (0.244461s in 1 GCs)|
|Cache Build||Elapsed time: 3.299303s (0.241431s in 1 GCs)|
|Dashboard||Elapsed time: 0.649638s|
|Index Cards in Subdirectory||Elapsed time: 0.024609s|
|Index Cards with Tag||Elapsed time: 0.038080s|