Re: xslt processors
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have you tried XT? I never used it, but it claims to be fast. And James Clark wrote it, thats generally a good sign. You can find it here: http://www.blnz.com/xt/index.html
You can also start xsltproc with --timing and --profile which gives you information about which templates consume most of the time. Perhaps you can tune you xsl once you know where the bottleneck is.
Dusan Zatkovsky wrote: | On Thursday 30 of September 2004 16:29, Colin Paul Adams wrote: | |>xsltproc. | | | I will extend this question. | | Does anybody know some other and fast xslt processors written in c/c++ | except xalan and xsltproc for linux? | | I have this problem: | | I want to transform big xml documents to text data. | | Situation: | | xml size=2MB | XalanC transforms it ok, but speed is 4-5 times slower than xsltproc. | Parsing/transforming time is 1:2. So when I run Xalan, it tooks about | 8 sec to initialize and 15 sec to transform. | | xsltproc transform it ok with speed 4-5 times faster than XalanC. | Parsing/transforming time is about 1:1 (3 and 4 seconds) | | | xml size=17MB | XalanC transforms it ok, but speed is 4-5 times slower than xsltproc. | Parsing/transforming times are 20/60 sec. | | But xsltproc initialization tooks very long time (after 5 minutes I | have killed that process). | | So, I can't use xsltproc to transform big xml files (and our project | need to transform up to 300-400MB xml files) and can't use XalanC | because low transforming speed. | | Anybody can help me? | |
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