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Re: Why are there no XSLT processors implemented in XS

Subject: Re: Why are there no XSLT processors implemented in XSLT?
From: Markus Abt <abt@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2012 18:41:18 +0200
Re:  Why are there no XSLT processors implemented in XS
Hermann Stamm-Wilbrandt wrote:
> Same output (at bottom, besides XML-declaration).
> Did run this on a 2.2GHz i7 processor, while naxos.xsl was running java
> process had between 160% and 224% CPU utilization, which is reflected in
> real vs user time.

Promising! Using enough cores, naxos will be faster than saxon. Sorry, Mr Kay.

> As next step I wanted to see, whether naxos.xsl can run naxos.xsl ... :-)
> But I got stopped at this very littly sample, further efforts seem
> worthless:
>     <xsl:copy-of select="."/>

According to the documentation, copy-of is not yet implemented.
But naxos doesn't make use of copy-of !?

$ grep "<[^:]*:copy-of" naxos/*.xsl | wc -l

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