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On Wed, 2002-03-06 at 11:09, Paul Prescod wrote:
> The usual trick for statically typed languages is to compile the schema
> into code that implements the conversions for you. Once again its merely
> a convenience.

Once you've done that, do you still have any use for the PSVI as extra
annotations to individual documents?

There seems to be a big gap between design-time usefulness of the PSVI
and its run-time usefulness.
 
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