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RE: RE: RELAX NG and type derivation [Was:] XQuery and DTD/Sch

RE:  RE: RELAX NG and type derivation [Was:] XQuery and DTD/Sch
Thanks for mentioning it. Yes, <concur> is on the docket for RELAX NG 2.0
[1]. For those of you who are not familiar with the history of <concur>, it
is a feature of TREX that can do exclusions, among other things. [2] I hope
<concur> makes it next time around.


[1] http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/relax-ng/200206/msg00022.html
[2] http://www.thaiopensource.com/trex/tutorial.html#Concur

Jeni Tennison wrote:
> Couldn't <concur> be used to provide (very powerful and loosely
> coupled) derivation by restriction if it was reintroduced to RELAX NG?
> Along the lines of:
> <define name="base">
>   ... base definition ...
> </define>
> <define name="restriction">
>   <concur>
>     <ref name="base" />
>     ... restrictions ...
>   </concur>
> </define>


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