Janning Vygen wrote:
> Is this a good performance for a XSLT processor?
I don't know. But you might take a look at the XSLTMark page to get a
handle on where Xalan falls amongst other processors:
Benchmarking all this stuff seems to me to be awfully "iffy" at the
moment. So many variables, not least of which is the still-tentative
state of the software....
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