[xslt] RE: [xml] does xsltproc caches subexpressions

Hi Stefan, 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Kost [mailto:ensonic hora-obscura de] 
> Hi Kasimier,
> I've put the files together and uploaded them to my server (800 kb):
> http://www.buzztard.org/files/gst-docs.zip
> I've also put the gtk-doc specific stylesheets in there. To 
> generate the
> docs, you can use this commandline:
> xsltproc --nonet --xinclude --stringparam gtkdoc.bookname gstreamer
> --stringparam gtkdoc.version "1.6" gtk-doc.xsl gstreamer-docs.sgml
> Let me know if I forgot something and thanks for giving it a try.

Thank you for compiling those files!

I had only to make available the following additional stuff:
1) docbook-xsl (version 1.70.0)
2) docbkx412 from http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.1.2/

It runs... but I stopped the process after 30mins. I'm running
in a win box in a VMWare with a debug version of Libxml2.dll.
I didn't even hit the output of: 
"Writing glossary.html for glossary(glossary)"
as described in http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=311857.

The first good about this all is that it revealed 2 bugs
in the refactored code of Libxslt. I hope I can inform you about
more good things - relevant to the actual problem - in the future ;-)

Currently I'm debugging and concentrating on the xsl:key issues
you already found to be the bottleneck of the whole story.

I'll keep you informed, but we need to move to xslt gnome org;
this seems really to be Libxslt related. I'll crosspost
this to xslt gnome org for this reason.

Regards & thanks,


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