Data in Stylesheets [was: Comments affect Performance?]
Kay Michael wrote: > > When the stylesheet is accessed as a source document (using document("")) > the same rules for whitespace and comments apply as for any other source > document. In Saxon, this means the stylesheet is re-parsed and a separate > tree is built. That's interesting. Does that mean that storing information in the stylesheet document, a common suggestion for solving search and replace problems, is probably not very efficient, because the processor is actually re-loading the stylesheet? If that's the case, is it good practice to store this data in a separate file in the same directory as a stylesheet? Anyone got any tips on good practice. -- Warren Hedley XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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