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Re: XSLT benchmarks

On Thu, 29 Mar 2001, Rick Jelliffe wrote:

> It would be nice to have the results all in a single line graph so we could
> judge the total effect more.

It would be trivial to change the output to XML or CSV if someone wanted
to do some sort of spreadsheet for this (I don't have time,

> (It seems to me that the Python performance results need a little
> interpretation: unlike Java it seems that they were done through a
> command-line interface. If python has an initialization overhead, that will
> be factored into the results.  Also, I am not clear on the XSLTC figures
> whether the number includes compilation or not.   I bet all the data was
> ASCII too.)

Well if anyone in the python world is interested, I have ported XSLTMark
to Perl (using the same data files). It should be a fairly trivial port
from there to Python. Or alternatively you could use Inline::Python.
However the overhead shouldn't be an issue, due to the way the XSLTMark
works (lots of details on the XSLTMark site, so I won't go into it here).

I was supposed to get my Perl version sent off to datapower to be included
in the latest release, but I was away and didn't get back in time. I've
sent it now though, so maybe they'll put out a 2.0.1 release with it


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