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Re: So, what's new in the world of RELAX NG?

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Maybe 2004 did not have releases for Relax NG but I noticed a lot of 
work that will be released in 2005 and will create an increased interest 
in Relax NG. Take for instance both DocBook and TEI, their next releases 
will have as main schema language Relax NG.

If more standards or frameworks will specify Relax NG as their primary 
schema language people will start looking for tools that support Relax NG.

We also have a poll on the oXygen home page when one of the options is 
"Improve Relax NG support" and it ranks in the top part. As a result we 
improved the Relax NG support and the next release of oXygen (5.1) will 
have context sensitive content completion and also we implemented the 
model view for Relax NG where we show part of the current pattern (the 
part that covers the current element content).

Best Regards,
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger


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