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From Donald Ball <ba...@webslingerZ.com>
Subject Re: AW: [RT] Alternative Solution to XSP
Date Fri, 22 Jun 2001 16:37:18 GMT
On Fri, 22 Jun 2001, Carsten Ziegeler wrote:

> > right! so what i'm thinking now is that we can write an
> > InspectionTransformer which can call other Transformers seamlessly - at
> > least, Transformer which have registered themselves as being responsible
> > for a particular namespace. let's see:
> >
> Yes, this is actually a transformer I was also thinking of some time ago
> as I tried to understand why xsp taglibs can be used without any further
> work then registering them and why transformers have to be declared
> explicitly in the sitemap.
>
> One main problems which is not easily to solve is caching:
> The InspectionTransformer can not be cacheable and therefore is the
> disadvantage that the whole transformation stage is not cacheable
> even if the transformers currently used are cacheable.
> As most transformers (except the xsl transformer) are highly dynamic
> this point might be neglectable.

that's certainly a valid point, but consider that xsp pages are not
cacheable by default. it's the same story at a different stage in the
pipeline. one could argue that the InspectionTransformer makes it better
since everything in the pipeline up to the InspectionTransformer is (or at
least, may be) cacheable.

> I thought of implementing/adding such components like this transformer
> to a stable and finished C2.0 release, perhaps for starting the C3
> architecture...

well, i'm hacking on this outside of the main repository for the time
being since there doesn't seem to be any consensus that it's the right
approach yet. let me know if you're interested in playing with it.

- donald


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