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Re: What should TrAX look like? (Was: Re: Articleon

Re:  What should TrAX look like? (Was: Re:  Articleon
Wolfgang Hoschek wrote:

> Just run pretty much any query over more than toy data, say 1 - 100 MB 
> instead of 1 KB.
> For example, simply run a benchmark driver such as
> java -server nux.xom.tests.XQueryBenchmark 1000 3 xom 
> samples/data/randj.xml samples/xpath/queries1.xml
> The only reason I didn't publish the results for XOM's Jaxen XPath is 
> because I considered them too embarrassing for you. It really escapes me 
> why you are asking for it. Shall I really attach the catastrophic 
> numbers to this mail?

Feel free to attach any numbers you want, but numbers that don't come 
with verifiable, testable data are pretty much meaningless. Again I ask, 
if you have a real test case send it to me or send it the xom-interest 
mailing list, and I can look at it. But without the actual raw data 
that's used to generate the numbers, it's all just hot air.

Elliotte Rusty Harold  elharo@m...
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