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Re: Compiled XML

is xml compiled
3/27/2002 6:50:59 AM, Alaric Snell <alaric@a...> wrote:

>Hi, Mike! How's the weather? :-)

Uhh, lousy, especially compared to Spain last week :~) 

The response on this list to the Binary XML discussions
has typically been "sounds plausible in theory, I've
never seen it work well enough in practice to adopt." 
I don't have an axe to grind in this discussion other than
wanting to answer a very frequently asked question for 
a newcomer.  Could you share some empirical, quantitative
data from real success stories using these techniques?
Did you really make significant speed improvements without
memory bloat, or significant reduction of memory requirements
without additional processor horsepower?


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