libxslt: compiled xml representation?

Discussion in 'XML' started by Johannes Busse, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Hi,

    I call the libxslt processor from within
    a python cgi script: a requested *little*
    xhtml file should be processed according
    do a fixed xml database (actually an XML
    Topic Map (XTM)).

    My problem: it takes some 20 up to 60 seconds
    just to load the XTM (about 500kb).
    The result is an inacceptable
    large answer time.

    My question: Is there a possibility to write
    out (and to read in) XML files in a "compiled"
    representation -- say a binary DOM?

    I am using libxslt and saxon 6.5

    Thank you!
    johannes
    www.jbusse.de
     
    Johannes Busse, Feb 2, 2005
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