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Re: schemaTron


microsoft schematron
On Wed, 2005-11-09 at 23:09 +0000, Fraser Goffin wrote:
> Thanks George. I have already implemented the XSLT reference implemention of 
> schemaTron but I wanted to try out a pure Java solution to see if it were 
> more performant and potentially more functionaly rich. That is, I have also 
> used schemaTron.Net and it enables both XSD validation and/or schemaTron in 
> one neat package. I was hoping to find something similar in the Java world 
> since for my current employer Microsoft is persona-non-grata !

Well, I have a fast Python implementation, Scimitar, in Amara

http://uche.ogbuji.net/tech/4suite/amara/

It's not Java, but it's a lot faster than the XSLT implementation, and
tracks Schematron up to the ISO draft (including abstract patterns).
And it ain't Microsoft :-)


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