RE: Re: Future of XSL Stylesheet Writing?
>prevalent ... where will XQuery go, where will SAX go, and where will >DOM go? These are all pull-oriented and single process based. What >other XML processing paradigm is as well designed for parellelized >implementation as the XSLT push model of apply-templates and template >matches? I don't think there's a significant difference between XQuery and XSLT here. Both are declarative and both can be compiled to either a pull or a push model internally. If anything, XQuery has a bit of an advantage; because there's no dynamic despatch of functions/templates, it's more amenable to static analysis, and therefore to radical rearrangement by the compiler. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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