Re: Using XML (or JSON) for inter-thread communication
> I assume that under some circumstances it's possible to generate a > number of fragments of an output document in parallel and then merge > the fragments at the end of the operation. If so, is XSLT > functionalism sufficient to do that automatically, or would some > external programmer input be required to implement that? > > Initially we're taking a cautious approach: using multithreading automatically where we're pretty confident it will usually give a benefit (xsl:result-document, fn:collection()) and allowing it to be invoked manually in cases where we think it's likely to incur more cost than benefit in a significant number of cases (xsl:for-each, xsl:apply-templates). Hopefully the decision-making will become more sophisticated as we gain experience and gather user feedback. Michael Kay Saxonica
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