RE: XSLT question on transitive closures
> > The actual task I am doing is not actually Schematron, it is > about removing families of elements from XSD schemas (an > element, its declaration, uses and any unique descendents.) > Processing schemas at the XSD document level is quite tricky - you potentially have to understand the horrors of xs:redefine, chameleon includes, and the like. I've done it a few times, but only for schemas that satisfy strict constraints (e.g. no redefines). The latest Saxon version (currently in beta-testing) has the ability to output an XML representation of the schema component model, which is much more amenable to this kind of processing. Unfortunately it doesn't have the ability to round-trip it back to XSDL source, which I guess is what many schema transformation applications are really looking for, but I don't think that would be hard to add. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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