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Re: [xsl] Perfomance: 'conditional instruction' vs. 'multi template'

Subject: Re: [xsl] Perfomance: 'conditional instruction' vs. 'multi template'
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 09:46:01 -0500


Another argument for (2) is that an experienced XSLT developer can
read and understand the code much more quickly and maintain and modify
it more confidently. It exposes the logic better. This gets
increasingly important as things become more complex.

And it helps the inexperienced developer become more experienced more
rapidly in how to take advantage of XSLT's strengths.

These are not technical considerations, but they can be important ones.


On Sun, Nov 4, 2012 at 5:06 AM, PQQP5QP;P0P2 P!P5P4P>P2
<schematronic@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> look like priority attribute can help in some cases - you can give
> higher priority for frequent cases and lower priority for rare cases
> i think in many cases power of using tunnel variables and next-match
> underestimated by developers too
> in many cases using other mode (even if it not necessary by logic)
> help for speed also

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