Re: partial implementations of W3C XML Schema?
> Implementation could mean validator, yes, though it's not limited that way. > > Is your implementation partial, though? Did you just support the features > that made sense to you, or did you work all the way through the XML Schema > spec to completion? I suppose in some sense it is "partial" as I didn't need to use every feature of XML Schema. Obviously I would have no need for redefine key/keyref or several others. However it does fully represent my objects so in that sense it is complete. I have gone through each version of the spec to see if there were things I could add or needed to change-- I don't know if that's what you mean by 'work all the way through the spec to completion' but that's what I did... If you want to see the result I have an online version: http://xml.defined.net/cgi-bin/schemas.exe?class=TButton Regards, Jeff Rafter Defined Systems http://www.defined.net XML Development and Developer Web Hosting
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