Re: XSLTMark, first comprehensive XSLT benchmark

Subject: Re: XSLTMark, first comprehensive XSLT benchmark
From: Jan Nelson <jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2000 12:44:45 -0400 (EST)
That was an oversight on our part; thanks for catching it.  There is a new
release of the entire package (version 1.1.1 already!) in, in which you'll find a "bin"
directory with everything you need.  

Binary builds are provided for i386 Linux and for Win32 platforms.  If you
are running something else, we may provide a build in the future.  In the
meantime, the dgnorm utility is not required for performance benchmarking,
only for the conformance checking XSLTMark does.

Jan Nelson
DataPower Technology, Inc.

Steve Muench wrote:
> Hi.
> Where is the dgnorm utility that XSLTMark depends on?
> I cannot find it in the distribution. Thanks.
> Thanks.
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> | DataPower announces XSLTmark, a XSLT benchmark and a small compliance
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