From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@co...> - 2005-01-09 10:34:14
I'm puzzled by the output from the -t option.
When building the stylesheet, I'm always seeing:
Building tree for file:/home/colin/fxsl-xslt2/testFunc-Partition.xsl
using class net.sf.saxon.tinytree.TinyBuilder
My understanding of the way Saxon works is that
net.sf.saxon.tree.TreeBuilder should be used. I've looked over the
source code again, and I still believe that.
Colin Paul Adams
From: Michael Kay <mike@sa...> - 2005-01-09 22:27:07
I suspect that your stylesheet contains the expression document(""). This
causes the stylesheet source code to be read and parsed as if it were any
other source document, using the selected tree model for source documents,
which by default is the TinyTree.
It's not possible to use the existing stylesheet tree, firstly because it
doesn't exist at run-time, and secondly because whitespace text nodes were
removed during parsing using different rules from those that apply to source
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> I'm puzzled by the output from the -t option.
> When building the stylesheet, I'm always seeing:
> Building tree for file:/home/colin/fxsl-xslt2/testFunc-Partition.xsl
> using class net.sf.saxon.tinytree.TinyBuilder
> My understanding of the way Saxon works is that
> net.sf.saxon.tree.TreeBuilder should be used. I've looked over the
> source code again, and I still believe that.
> Colin Paul Adams
> Preston Lancashire
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