Re: XSL performance problem

Subject: Re: XSL performance problem
From: Keith Visco <kvisco@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 May 1999 12:15:33 -0400

I'm pretty sure most implementations are focusing on functionality over
optimizations at this point. It will get better.


Paul Prescod wrote:
> Sebastien Sahuc wrote:
> >
> > Hi there,
> > I know there is nothing comparable to what I'm arguing, structure of
> > xml and xsl documents can sensibly affect the result, but I'm really
> > surprised not to get better results.
> I think that posting benchmarks without posting the stylesheet is a little
> like complaining that a programming language is slow without posting the
> program!
> Anyhow, James Clark's XSL processor is not optimized yet. It makes sense
> not to optimize while the standard is still shifting around.
> Plus, we can't tell from your message how much of the time you are
> complaining about is startup time. I hear you saying that you are
> processing 100kb in one second. If that includes JVM startup time, XT/XP
> startup time, and so forth then that sounds pretty good to me!
> --
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