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Re: RE: RELAX and Evolutionary somethingorother

Re: RE:  RELAX and Evolutionary somethingorother
3/28/2002 11:22:56 AM, Matthew Gertner <matthew.gertner@s...> wrote:

>if some momentum builds up behind RELAX NG, people will happily adopt
>it. This will require creating some of the additional layers that XSD
>provides (like inheritance, attribute/element defaulting, key/key ref,
>appinfo, etc.) in some clean way. It was also require some basic marketing
>efforts such as getting RELAX NG into the standard Xerces-J build, even if
>the technical justification for this isn't entirely compelling.

That's a good point -- even if there is no good technical reason to bundle
Jing with Xerces-J, that would be a good "marketing" move.  On the other hand,
I get the very distinct impression that someone rather influential at
IBM has decided that RELAX is a "bad thing."  Anyone care to set
me straight?  And even, for the sake of argument, if that's true, is
Xerces sufficiently independent for such an integration to be part of the
standard build even if IBM didn't like it?  If so, who do we lobby :~)


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