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Re: Was: mode and moved to Namespaces

Subject: Re: Was: mode and moved to Namespaces
From: Jirka Kosek <jirka@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 22:49:10 +0200
Re: Was:  mode and moved to Namespaces
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ac wrote:

> Overall, it is a trade of, but it seems that the namespace approach is
> not only valid, it is more efficient, possibly by about 400% in terms of
> space, in the given example, implying that it may be worth considering
> and supporting.  The validity and support of version 1 was not
> questioned or at stake.  The main issues was the support for version 2,
> as well as the usefulness of namespaces, and the fact that 80 namespaces
> in a stylesheet can be quite natural and not so out of bounds or silly.

Putting performance aside for a while it seems as a really poor design
to require change of schema and stylesheet for adding each new language.
This goes completely against good software engineering design.

Space could be saved by another means for example by storing each
localization in a separate file and loading them just on demand. For
example last year DocBook stylesheets changed from using one large
single localization file to dynamic loading of smaller per language
files and speedup was from 30-300% depending on document size and XSLT
engine used. Also about 10 MB of memory was saved during the transformation.

> Weren't namespaces designed to be used?  If so, why avoid them at all
> costs, especially in cases of natural conceptual namespaces?

There is nothing wrong with using namespaces, but, with respect, your
example of using namespaces is simply wrong.

			Jirka

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