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RE: Will the next version of XML Schema have a schema-for-sche

  • From: "Michael Kay" <mike@s...>
  • To: <abcoatesecure-xmldev@y...>,<xml-dev@l...>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2007 11:50:56 +0100

RE:  Will the next version of XML Schema have a schema-for-sche
> Rick, is that historically correct?  Was anyone in the XML 
> Schema Working Group ever arguing *for* content models that 
> depend on attribute values or similar?  I wasn't there, but 
> W3C XML Schema (to me) has always looked like a schema 
> language which takes a lot of inspiration the way data is 
> structured in object-oriented languages (and to a lesser 
> extend, relational databases).

I wasn't there either, but I always thought that they took DTDs as the
starting point, and then added capabilities corresponding to the main ways
in which parameter entities were believed to be used to achieve
customization and reuse.

Michael Kay

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