Re: XSLT Optimizer and Deployment
"Optimizer" I guess is miss leading. Stylesheets are dropped in a database field so want to lessen the load there. Most importantly are the routines that clean up and disable debug statements and create prod links on the production system. On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 5:19 PM, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 16/11/2010 22:46, Karl Stubsjoen wrote: > > The blog you stumbled upon was from someone who heard the talk that > accompanied this paper at Extreme Markup 2007: > > http://www.saxonica.com/papers/Extreme2007/EML2007Kay01.html > > Sorry about the bad formatting - this is a version of the paper resuscitated > when IDEAlliance decided to take their archives off the public web. > >> I am writing an XSLT optimizer, basically stripping comments and extra >> white-space from an XSLT document for production deployment. > > I don't see why you imagine that stripping comments and extra whitespace > from a stylesheet would speed it up. > > Do you have a performance problem? If so, please describe it, and perhaps we > can help. If not, why are you doing this? > > Michael Kay > Saxonica > > -- Karl Stubsjoen MeetScoresOnline.com (602) 845-0006
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