RE: XSLT vs Omnimark
> Yes, but how do you get around the fundamental > requirement for a lot of RAM? > > I don't see how we can ever expect to parse a 150meg > document using XSLT ... I think it's feasible in principle if the document has a DTD: it should be possible to create sub-trees of the source document "just-in-time" and to discard them from memory when they are no longer needed. Alternatively, it should be possible to create the trees as persistent objects in an ODB and translate the XPath expressions into OQL queries. All good stuff for a research project. But neither of these approaches will ever be as fast as a serial transformation. To achieve that, I think a different language is needed. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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