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From Torsten Curdt <tcu...@dff.st>
Subject Re: new xsltc.jar
Date Fri, 22 Feb 2002 07:55:51 GMT
On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Jacek R. Ambroziak wrote:

> The performance bug seems to be fixed now.
> As I expected several other benchmarks benefit
> from the fix as well  (decoy, patterns).
>
> The new magic numbers on my machine are
>
> XSLTC    1192
> XT            471
> Saxon       298
> XalanJ      197
>
> The infamous 'dbonerow' test doesn't need rewriting
> into "match/if"  anymore and 10 iterations take about 1 second
> (900 MHz, J2SDK1.4) instead of 130 seconds as before.
>
> That's not the end of the story 'cause I see bunches
> of opportunities for further improvements.
>
> That translets are about 20 times faster now
> on 'dbonerow' than XT/Saxon/XalanJ is no big surprise:
> since FORTRAN times compiled code ran faster than interpreted.
> When eg. Saxon works on 'dbonerow'
> the only bytecodes that are actually executed are the bytecodes
> Mike Kay put into saxon.jar.  In the case of XSLTC
> some bytecodes come from prepackaged libraries,
> but (hopefully)  most of the "action" is handled by
> bytecodes 'freshly' generated ('personalized'/specialized)
> for the stylesheet at hand.
>
> The new 'xsltc.jar' is available from me.

wow!! ...instead of talking about number - why not try it out.
What needs to be changed to use it with cocoon - that's the only
question I see right now :)
--
Torsten


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