Re: [xslt] Again: `fixed point' for compiled XSLT?

On Sun, Dec 22, 2002 at 04:29:49PM +0300, Lev Serebryakov wrote:
> Hello, xslt! How are you?
> >  When I parse XSLT and then perform transformation with it, XSLT may
> >  changed in memory.

  You assert that like if it was true. It's not. 

> > Is it possible to ``compile'' parsed XSLT, that
> >  it will not change anymore?

  The API and tutorial makes 100% clear that there is a compilation
phase, and a separated applying phase. Did you even bother reading 
those ? Seems not, so I dodn't bothered replying to your email.

> >  I know, here is no such API call (or I could not find it?), but is
> >  it possible theoretically? Maybe, XSLT changes on _every_
> >  application? Or it only have some parts, which are compiled `on
> >  demand' and it is possible to compile all these parts?
>   Could somebody, familiar with libxslt internals, says, is it real or
>   not? Is stylesheet changing on EVERY applying or not?

  the stylesheet is not modified when applied.
Look at the API, read the doc, and check the code if you don't believe it's


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