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Re: [xml-dev] Using XML (or JSON) for inter-thread communication

Original Message From: "Michael Kay"
> On 19/03/2012 14:44, Andrew Welch wrote:
>> On 19 March 2012 14:36, John Cowan  wrote:
>>> Andrew Welch scripsit:
>>>> As far as I know, as we all move towards functional programming we
>>>> won't have to worry too much about it as it gets taken care of for us.
>>> Good luck with that.
>> Is that not the case?
> Things get better, but the problem shifts.
> For example, the next Saxon release will automatically do multi-threading 
> for xsl:result-document (each output document is produced in parallel with 
> the others).

I assume that under some circumstances it's possible to generate a number of 
fragments of an output document in parallel and then merge the fragments at 
the end of the operation.  If so, is XSLT functionalism sufficient to do 
that automatically, or would some external programmer input be required to 
implement that?


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