Anyone know what the maximum size for a .xml file is for processing by
xsltproc? (If there is any such maximum size, that is.)
Or the amount of swap memory required to process a 2Gb xml file without
xsltproc killing the machine?
Or some way of streaming input from memory?
Thanks in advance.
[Yes, I *know* it's a stupid sized file, and is just asking for trouble
until broken down, but at the moment, that isn't possible.]
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