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Re: incompatible uses of XML Schema

  • To: Michael Kay <mike@s...>
  • Subject: Re: incompatible uses of XML Schema
  • From: Bob Foster <bob@o...>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 08:52:36 -0700
  • Cc: 'Gregor' <iamgregor@g...>,'Rick Jelliffe' <ricko@a...>, xml-dev@l...
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Re:  incompatible uses of XML Schema
Michael Kay wrote:
 > It's not actually that hard to write a conformant schema processor, or at
 > least to get to the 98% mark where the only non-conformances are in areas
 > where the spec writers themselves still have debates about the exact
 > meaning.

How do you know it's 98% conformant? Or more generally, how can one know 
a given processor is xx% conformant? That would certainly move this 
discussion out of the hand-waving stage.

Bob Foster


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