Re: XSL/T Engine Comparisons
Steve Muench writes: > | I can blow up Xalan and Oracle fairly easily; > > >From private email I know what you mean by "blow up" > here, but others might not. It does *not* mean "crash" > but rather "make consume a lot of memory, thus causing > my Java VM to page, thus sending it into a fit because > Java VM's and paging to disk don't go well in the > same sentence". Yes. I apologize unreservedly. When I wrote my mail, I had it in my head that I had made Oracle crash because of a feature missing, but I was not remembering aright. I agree, Oracle implements the spec, to the best of my knowledge. I personally am not using oraxsl because - it does not (yet, publicly) implement an extension for multiple output files - it currently wants more memory than I have > Using your testcase and others we've worked for 18.104.22.168 on > our memory usage so I'll hopefully have good news to report > shortly on this front. thats great. I much appreciate the trouble you have taken to look at my perhaps unreasonable test cases, and again, apologies for maligning the software! sebastian PS but I dont think we can let Xalan off the conformance hook. Though I confess that I seldom try it, because xerces tells me the TEI Lite DTD is invalid. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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