RE: xslt (multi) threading or parallelized execution
> I deal with geographic data which can be very large, and in > many cases must be dealt with as a whole in order to deal > with spatial relationships. I use xslt to process it > (elegantly, capably, correctly), but it seems a shame to > devote that much memory to a file for so long and only be > able to use 1 core on a multicore machine. For this kind of use case the simplest way forward might be to do parsing, transformation, and serialization in separate threads. Potentially of course each step in a pipeline can be done in a separate thread, with very low coordination overheads. It's probably quite possible to configure Saxon to work that way today. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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