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Re: [xsl] Any students looking for an interesting project?

Subject: Re: [xsl] Any students looking for an interesting project?
From: Вячеслав Седов <schematronic@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2013 13:42:48 +0400

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            <xd:p><xd:b>Created on:</xd:b> Oct 5, 2013</xd:p>
            <xd:p><xd:b>Author:</xd:b> schematronic</xd:p>
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2013/10/4 Michael Sokolov <msokolov@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 10/3/13 9:06 AM, Michael Kay wrote:
>> On 3 Oct 2013, at 12:30, Michael Sokolov wrote:
>>> One of my colleagues has written a code coverage plugin for Saxon; he
>>> calls it "tectura."  It counts up the number of times different lines of an
>>> XSLT file are executed. I think this empirical approach could get you a
>>> quick answer to the problem without the need for deep analysis.  He has been
>>> planning to release the package as open source, but I don't think he has
>>> done that yet -- still I'm sure you could whip something up, and I bet your
>>> users would appreciate it, too.
>> The -TP option on the transform command line gives you this, but at the
>> granularity of templates/functions, not individual lines of code. It gives
>> the timings as well as the counts.
> Oh, that's very helpful - I wasn't aware.  I kept trying to promote the idea
> of counting by logical unit, which seems more natural, but the line-oriented
> counting fits nicely with the Java code coverage tool we use (cobertura) and
> allows us to combine statistics from Java and XSLT.
> -Mike

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