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Re: Performance of predicate-based patterns

Subject: Re: Performance of predicate-based patterns
From: "Michael Müller-Hillebrand mmh@xxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2015 16:33:46 -0000
Re:  Performance of predicate-based patterns
> Matches of the form
> <xsl:template match="*[name() = ('P','NP','PARA')]">
> showed up a fair bit

Yes, we also use this pattern in stylesheets that are parameterized using
separate XML files. From the XML e.g. a sequence of names is collected in
variables and matches are similar to

match="*[local-name() = $blockLevelElementNames]"
match="*[local-name() = $inlineLevelElementNames]"
match="@*[local-name() = $commonAttributeNames]"

or sometimes refactored in a function


Any optimization will be very welcome!


- Michael

Michael MC<ller-Hillebrand

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