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Re: Constitutionally incapable (was Re: W3C Schema:

Re:  Constitutionally incapable (was Re:  W3C Schema:
At 03:48 PM 6/7/2002 +0100, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> > Compared to that approach, I can't say I find W3C XML Schema
> > particularly reliable as a source of type assertions.
>'particularly reliable'?  You've identified a bug in the W3C XML
>Schema REC which means it fails to assign types correctly or
>consistently?  This is news to me, please let the Working Group know

Henry, if I thought I actually understood how complex types, complex 
content, and block, final, and xsi:type interact I'd be happy to do 
so.  (And yes, I've tried quite hard to figure out those parts.)

As it stands, the spec _may_ be internally consistent, but I sure don't 
think authors using W3C XML Schema will be as consistent/reliable.

I think the W3C XML Schema Working Group piled too many parts in the same 
box, and a lot of things are just plain crushed.

And then I'd just love to be able to reliably identify non-Gregorian 
calendar types...

Simon St.Laurent
"Every day in every way I'm getting better and better." - Emile Coue


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