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Re: Specifying formal semantics in XML languages


Re:  Specifying formal semantics in XML languages
peter murray-rust said:

> In summary, therefore, I would be interested in:
> - a communal little language for validating dataTypes

There is a part of ISO DSDL that probably does what you need. The Data
Type Library Language (DTLL) acts at a lower level than XML Schemas
datatypes, in that it allows you to define your primitives. It can be
implemented on XSLT2.

> - exploration of the range of concepts that are not supported in
> current schemas ideally to find a consensus of the cost and benefits
> of extensions.

+1

Rick

> - any other experience and comments.
>
> Many thanks
>
> P.
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