RE: Newbie question on XSL transformations: multiple
> And do you mean that XSLT2.0 allows you to write faster code, > or that the processors are better? > I think that if you run an unmodified 1.0 stylesheet through a 2.0 processor you're likely to get very similar performance. The performance gains come from using new features such as grouping, stylesheet functions, temporary trees and so on in place of clumsy XSLT 1.0 workarounds. (But a lot depends how your code is written. Muenchian grouping in 1.0 is fast, it's just that people often don't use it because it's so tortuous to write the code). Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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