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From Ruben_In...@sonynetservices.com
Subject RE: interesting benchmarks
Date Mon, 18 Nov 2002 08:06:36 GMT
Sorry I was wrong,
when doing it properly (caching everything that can be cached, and using
the Translet),
xsltc performs much better than xalan (twice faster in my examples), and
even a bit
better than Saxon.

But, when using it as a normal transformer (Template instead of Translet)
both of them
(xalan and xsltc) give me the same results (xsltc even a bit worse).

The question is (and sorry for my lack of knowledge): does Cocoon take
advantage of
the compilation features in xsltc?

regards,
Ruben



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Hi Mikhail,
I've done some very simple comparission tests (transforming reusing the
templates)
and xalan still performs a bit better than xsltc for me as well. If you are
interested
I can send you the results, but please, don't trust them, probably I'm
missing something
in xsltc configuration or something...

btw, saxon was much faster than both of them.

regards,
Ruben

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Hi!

> That would youi say about xslt benchmarks on http://www.sarvega.com/ ?

> xsltc is rated even worse then xalanj itself...

Still no reply. Comments anyone ? I wonder that was the cause of
such perfomance of xsltc in those tests - tests themselves, or
particular
misfeatures of xsltc triggered by those tests ?

My apologies if noone interested.

Mikhail



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