Re: performace diffence in MSXSL:SCRIPT blocks
Todd Binder wrote:
> obviously, using the CDATA helps when you are looking at your XSL
> file from within IE, but if it is going to cause a performance
> slowdown, it wouldn't be worth it.
If you're that worried about performance, and you are using MS XSLT, then I would recommend compiling your transforms into "processors" anyway.
Once you've done that all the parsing will be done at load-time (or wherever you put in the call) and the actual transformations will be substantially quicker.
Even if you're not compiling the transform, you could still pre-load it, which would also remove the parse task from the transform time.
XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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