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Rick Jelliffe <email@example.com> writes:
> Rick Marshall wrote:
> >i'd reckon making it work is the first priority - efficiency can come
> I had an interesting experience with a bank once: they were not
> happy with the performance
> but when I suggested caching the DTD, they seemed to think this
> would be a bit too much fiddling.
> So there is certainly a class of developers who [expect] that all
> optimizations are available through GUI switches or command-line
> arguments (or factory methods, or properties), not hacking by code.
So maybe we should concentrate on DTD caching (catalogs anyone?),
maybe with GUI switches or command-line arguments, instead of binary