Monthly Archives: November 2007

Wide Finder in XSLT –> deriving new requirements for efficiency in XSLT processors.

With his twelve posts under the common title of "The Wide Finder Project" Tim Bray formulated a problem, which obviously has since then stirred some people, anxious to prove that their programming language of choice fares well in implementing solutions … Continue reading

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Closure in XSLT

In a recent post to the xml-dev mailing list, "XSLT question on transitive closures", Rick Jelliffe wrote:   "Am I right in thinking that  1) XPath2 functions don’t have have a function for transitive closure (along provided xpaths) 2) SAXON 8 … Continue reading

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