Re: Problems calculating the running time of an xsl s
2009/12/10 Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: > You can call extension functions, recognizing that the result of calling > "impure" extension functions is not 100% predictable. > > But for most purposes, I'd suggest that measuring it externally (from the > calling application) makes more sense. I really like the concept of a standalone stylesheet with a initial-named-template driving whatever task you are doing, this is far simpler than also writing some wrapper code in another language... that covers a fare amount the purposes I've used xslt for. If we could standardise the name of that template ("main" for example) or the concept, then it would make running the transforms even easier - you could for example double click a stylesheet to run it... at which point the extensions for recording elapsed time make a lot of sense. -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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