Kay Michael wrote: > Yes, there are things you should avoid. Many of the details will be > product-dependant but there are probably some things that will be slow on > any processor. No, there is no decent performance guidance that I'm aware of > (I certainly haven't published any for Saxon and would have trouble doing > so). Best advice is to try several approaches and measure them. > thanks for the insight. > >> <xsl:when test="../time/@selected=value"> > > Do you really want to mark the value as selected if there is ANY time > element matching this selection? If not, passing the value of @selected as a > parameter to this template might be worthwhile (one of the few uses I have > seen for parameters on apply-templates). Yes you're right. changing this now. :=) XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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