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RE: RELAX NG Marketing (was RE: Do Names Matt er?)

RE:  RELAX NG Marketing (was RE:  Do Names Matt	er?)
> RELAX NG does not require anything beyond what is provided by 
> SAX and DOM, 
> and can be cleanly layered on top of the parser.  Xerces (or rather 
> Xerces-J, which I assume is what you mean) supports SAX 2, 
> and so works 
> just fine with both Jing and MSV. There would be no advantage 
> in having 
> Xerces-specific RELAX NG support.

Does this means that Xerces-J (yes, I meant the Java version) can validate
an instance against a RELAX NG schema? I can't understand how this would be
possible with just support for SAX and DOM; wouldn't the parser have to
understand RELAX NG semantics?



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