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Re[2]: [xsl] XSLT Streaming Terminology: Roaming


Subject: Re[2]: [xsl] XSLT Streaming Terminology: Roaming
From: abel@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2014 18:12:48 +0100 (CET)

The talk I gave was specific to making analysis of guaranteed streamable
constructs easier by using 10 rules of thumb for XSLT stylesheet programmers.
These rules cover between 80 and 100% of your needs, depending on the
complexity of your scenario. For those cases that are not covered, my paper
contains a full flowchart of all steps of guaranteed streamability analysis
(and my slides contain an instructional example of how to use them).

The proceedings are freely available at http://xmlprague.cz (proceedings of
2014, PDF is currently linked from the homepage, but this will change over
time). The Powerpoint slides and a one-page version of a flowchart that can be
used for understanding streamability (a work in progress as long as the
standard is not finalized) will remain available through
http://exselt.net/papers.

A video is indeed available at the link Gerrit gave, you'll have to scroll to
approx. two-thirds forward for mine and Michael Kay's talk, possibly a video
of this particular talk will be made available on Youtube.

Hope they are of some help to anybody trying out streaming. Comments, also
offlist, are welcome, I intend to continuously improve the set of rules of
thumb and the flowchart.

Cheers,
Abel



>---- Original Message ----
>From: "Imsieke, Gerrit, le-tex" <gerrit.imsieke@xxxxxxxxx>
>To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Sent: Zat, Feb 15, 2014, 3:08 PM
>Subject: Re: [xsl] XSLT Streaming Terminology: Roaming
>
>Hi Roger,
>
>We are currently roaming Prague. Abel Braaksma an Michael Kay are
>presenting XSLT streaming. Maybe youbll find an answer by listening to
>the YouTube stream, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAUPzeeW4Xg
>
>Gerrit
>
>On 15.02.2014 11:33, Costello, Roger L. wrote:
>> Hi Folks,
>>
>> The XSLT 3.0 specification defines roaming like so:
>>
>> 	Roaming: indicates that the nodes returned
>> 	by an expression could be anywhere in the
>> 	tree. For example, expressions using the axis
>> 	steps following or preceding will typically be
>> 	roaming.


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