Lists Home |
Date Index |
email@example.com (Richard Tobin) writes:
>I wouldn't expect any noticeable difference. In XSV we generate a
>finite-state machine for content models, with the states having
>pointers to the element declarations and the element declarations
>having pointers to the type declarations, so there is no looking-up of
>element or type names in the usual case (there is for wildcards of
I wouldn't expect a huge performance difference on the computer side.
I do see large differences in how humans work with these different
forms, and transitions from Russian Doll to Venetian Blind seem to lose
a lot of people along the way. Reading schemas that mix styles can be
an interesting challenge.
Ring around the content, a pocket full of brackets
Errors, errors, all fall down!
http://simonstl.com -- http://monasticxml.org