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Re: XSLT use cases; data-centric to document-centrict
Subject: Re: XSLT use cases; data-centric to document-centrictransformations|
From: Peter Gerstbach <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 13:54:10 +0100
Zitat von David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>:
I think it's only natural, that processors perform better with well
written stylesheets than with stylesheets, containing only one very
That doesn't sound natural to me at all.
Splitting things up by named templates is like using functions and
subroutines in other languages. It's easier for a human to understand
and maintain but if push comes to shove you might exepect to get some
minimal performance gains by inlining the functions (templates) back
into your main template so avoiding the function call overheads.
Ok, it's not natural :) But I think authors of xslt processors will focus
primarily on real world stylesheets than on weird ones. So the processors (if
the authors succeed) will more likely to perform good on well written
Are you sure that somewhere in your big template you don't have
That would cause stack overflow...
Yes, I'm sure. I only select child-nodes.
And the stylesheet works, when there are not 500 but only 200 block-level
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