RE: Schema-aware processors - W3C schemas only?
# # yes and no, a schema aware processor has to be able to take as input a # data model which is annotated with types. It also has to support the xsl:import-schema declaration and the validate and type attributes. The semantics of these constructs is defined explicitly by reference to XML Schema. What's more, the conformance rules are written in an "all-or-nothing" style. You either support all these schema-aware features (import-schema, validate, node annotations) or you support none of them. The XSL WG deliberately tried to avoid having products that cherry-picked the individual features they wanted to implement. Michael Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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