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Re: Who can implement W3C XML Schema ?

Re:  Who can implement W3C XML Schema ?
[Jonathan Robie
> 2. If the spec is clear and the implementation simply does not implement
> the spec, let the vendor know the problem, and that compatibility really
> matters to you. Let's put pressure on the vendors.

Compatibility matters especially for xml schema!  It's so hard to get an
xml-schema schema right, let alone to validate against it except with a
tool, there's no point to it except to be able to validate.  Otherwise we
might as well use asn.1 as an informal schema language to indicate structure
and constaints (this is not a slur against asn.1, BTW, for it could do a
good part of the schema job of indicating structure pretty well).


Tom P


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