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Re: SV:  Tim Bray on "Which Technologies Matter?"

Daniel Veillard wrote:

>   There is also like 50 times more implementations. It also takes 50 times
> less CPU to process (a bit stretched but between jade and libxslt rendering
> of the same DocBook document there is a quantum gap, and yes this matters !)

It matters if you process your data frequently - if you don't, it doesn't. SGML data
wasn't typically processed frequently anyway, so it's not much of a comparison to
start with, but even still, OmniMark was capable of howling through data at what might
still be regarded as an enviable rate.


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Marcus Carr                      email:  mcarr@a...
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