A few off-the-cuff comments...
* At first glance, looks like `consolidate` could be rewritten for wins
a few regards (e.g., probably accumulate strings so no incremental
string appends, computations that happen multiple times, unnecessary see
whether the small utility procedures are efficient). Once you hit the
obvious big stuff, if you still need more speed, you can do another pass
of analysis and profiling. Working through it and getting it correct,
maintainable, and fast-enough/near-optimal would probably take hours.
* Or, do you really need to combine strings ever in SXML, or just
consolidate SXML elements? One of the wins of SXML over xexpr is that
SXML makes for very efficient splicing in/out of stuff, since you don't
have do do things like flatten content lists or append big content strings.
* Or, maybe you don't have to go through `consolidate` at all, or even
SXML at all: are you just doing an algorithm that takes SXML or some
`text%` value, and needs to emit XML? That could just be a data
structure traversal with a bit of state, writing XML serially to an
output port incrementally.
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