Re: Request for XSLT2.0 / XML Schema triples
Hi,I'll try and dig out a few examples for you. Most of my test cases have either an input schema or an output schema but not both, and others are proprietary to clients, so I don't actually have all that much material.
Thanks for the effort.
I'm being conservative, that is, if it says valid, then it must be valid, and I'm in trouble when someone's nuke powerplant blows up because it wasn't.
My escape path is then, of course, just to say invalid if in doubt.
(If I had the liberty to approximate in both directions, I'd end up with an algorithm that couldn't quite be trusted when saying yes, and ditto when saying no. Absolutely useless, that is.)
And I didn't even have the time yet to look into temporary trees (I might have to make to with sketchy arguments on those). Reference and uniqueness constraints are way too nasty to analyze statically too, so the algorithms's verdict is really with respect to an output schema where that kind of stuff is removed.
So -- it is fine, just fine, with single input single output examples.
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