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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32057] - [PATCH] Conditional JS script references in result HTML
Date Mon, 08 Nov 2004 19:52:52 GMT
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[PATCH] Conditional JS script references in result HTML





------- Additional Comments From joerg.heinicke@gmx.de  2004-11-08 19:52 -------
Don't understand most of your concerns:

1. "Stylesheets distributed with Cocoon can be used just after copying them."

What has this to do with the conditional includes?

2. "it's the worst to waiting until page is loaded for the first time."

Better waiting once instead of waiting on *every* form.

3. "AFAIK mosly used XSLT processors in Cocoon create DOM tree independently of
occurence (or not) of descendant axis."

That's not true. It's a question of late initializing and early freeing
resources. (BTW, Xalan does not build a DOM, but a Document Table Model. With
big documents and using descendent axis you can run into
http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/NoMoreDtmIdError easily.)

4. "I think there is no other solution, we have to use descendant axis."

No, I already suggested xsl:key and key() as alternative which don't have that
performance impact. But it's questionable if it's worth the effort. The solution
is set up in short time, but others have to understand it if they want to reuse
parts of the stylesheet and we have to maintain it if we extend the stylesheets.
Keeping the stylesheets as easy as possible and so making them understandable
for other people is easier IMO.

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