Re: XSLT 1.0 support in browsers, as of June 2008
>> <xsl:if test="not(ancestor::ed:del) and not(//xref[@target=$anchor])"> >> >> ...very much :0) > > The only way to avoid the "//" above would be to use xsl:key, which didn't > seem necessary so far because Saxon and MSXML seem to perform well without. > I'll give that a try when I have time. I would definitely use a key... and you seem to check for the existence of elements a lot doing things like: <xsl:if test="//elem[cond]"> so you should be able to improve performance if you key all elements by name and use that instead eg: <xsl:key name="elems-by-name" match="*" use="name()"/> with <xsl:if test="key('elems-by-name', 'elem')[cond]"> Basically just go through the code replacing // with a key and where possible don't use the ancestor axis... performance tuning step 1 :) -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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