Re: Bug in Schema for XSLT 2.0?
I feel, if XSLT 2.0 spec provides an accurate XML schema for the language, it is a very useful thing. It can server as a grammer checker for the XSLT language(for e.g to XSLT processor writers). It would also be very useful for providing intellisense support in XSLT editors. I have named 2 uses.. There may be more.. Regards, Mukul --- Peter Gerstbach <peter@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Quoting Dimitre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>: > > > So why not have two schemas from the XSLT 2.0 WG: > the current one with > > all bells and whistles and a much simpler one that > will be easily and > > immediately dropable in most of today's not so > clever schema-oriented > > text editors? > > What is the intended purpose of the schema in > current XSLT 2.0 Draft? Is it > validation of stylesheets? Or is it providing a > simple way to implement entry > helpers for XML editors? Or feeding as an input for > source generators > (XML Data > Binding)? > > There are numerous products which are great although > the Schema support is not > complete. Complete support is good of course, but > mostly not the main focus of > development. > > In my opinion a much simpler schema would be great. > But it would be > difficult to > decide what to leave out. But the thing with > complexContent inside a > SimpleType > might be a good candidat. ;) > > > Regards, > Peter Gerstbach > > __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? The all-new My Yahoo! - Get yours free! http://my.yahoo.com
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