RE: XSLT engine performance

Subject: RE: XSLT engine performance
From: "Sebastian Rahtz" <sebastian.rahtz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2000 20:53:42 +0100 (BST)
Dylan Walsh writes:
 > It would be interesting to see Suns XSLT compiler (a.k.a "translets")
 > included. I have used it, and am impressed. It is easier to use and more
 > compliant than I had expected (it is still a "technology preview") and,
 > subjectively, seems very fast.

if anyone wants to try my silly test, its at (cem.xml and ex10.xsl). the
style sheet is trivial - it does a for-each select='top level
element' (about 2500 of them), and then an apply-templates which generates
some simplistic styling. The only interest is that it gives a
decent-sized tree for a processor to chew on, and run over.


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