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Re: [xsl] Several rules vs a single rule with a choose operator
Subject: Re: [xsl] Several rules vs a single rule with a choose operator|
From: "Alexander Gutman" <gutman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2001 18:17:15 +0700
Trevor Nash wrote:
> My advice would be to choose the method that is going to be easiest to
> change - probably the separate templates route. As to performance, it
> is true for most software systems that time spent getting the overall
> design right is much more valuable than time spent on the minute
> details of implementation. In short, stop worrying about it.
Thanks for the advice, Trevor
(as well as for those I have deleted (but not forgot)).
> > <xsl:template match="node-test[condition2]" priority="2">
> You only need the priority if condition1 and condition2 are not
> mutually exclusive.
Yes, they need not be mutually exclusive.
> In which case I wonder why you are not testing
> the common part in the 'choose' method?
Hmm... Because there is no need. :-)
The two approaches I presented are equivalent in all cases, aren't they?
Alexander E. Gutman
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