RE: use-when attribute?
> All true (a through e), but how is a mere user like supposed > to know what is optimized and what not. The simple and unsatisfactory answer is that it's not easy. This has been a problem for many years with SQL. One answer is that the system can show you its query execution plan - I don't know how many XSLT processors do this, but Saxon has an "explain" option (saxon:explain="yes" on any XSLT element) which gives you some clues. The other answer is: if in doubt, measure. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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