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Re: RE : DOM AS and RELAX?

xquery read modify write
Nicolas Lehuen wrote:
> I fully agree with you, I don't think adding schema modification to the
> DOM AS is very useful, and I do also fear that it put too much
> restriction on the class of schema languages that can be compatible with
> the DOM AS (Schematron is a particularly good example, here).

All of which is a bit weird when you think about it. The whole point of
writing XML schemas in XML is so we could use standard tools (i.e. the
parts of the DOM that have been around since level 1) to
read/modify/write them.

-- Ron


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