Re: [xml] Status of the ISO Schematron implementation

Hi Daniel,

Le mercredi 07 juin 2006 à 13:13 -0400, Daniel Veillard a écrit :
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 06:27:51PM +0200, Eric van der Vlist wrote:

I have just tried using Schematron through xmllint (version 20624 coming
with Ubuntu Dapper) and have noticed that:

      * There seems to have quite a few bugs (<rule context="*[ id]">
        says that *[ id] can't be parsed, <diagnostics/> elements raise
        errors, ...).
      * The only error message I have from xmllint is "validates" or
        "fails to validate".

I am thus wondering what is the status of the Schematron implementation
and if I should enter bugs.

  Well I started working on it, hoping it would be simple and quick.
Unfortunately, I started to get informations about published drafts being
different from an unavailable ISO standard, various requests to get test
suites left and right were left unanswered, I lost interest, and it
seems nobody uses it or try to use libxml2 version.

I did try it :-) !

  So far it has been very disapointing in spite of high initial expectations,
growing a test suite would certainely help, not sure each and every case
should be bugzilla'ed, and I'm still unclear how mush interrest there really
is for it. I don't know what's the best approach, and I don't have that much
time right now (though a slow but reliable implementation should not be too
hard based on the existing code).

Too be frank, I don't have that much time either... I'll still see if I
can file bugs.

Thanks for your answer, I was guessing/expecting something like that
seeing the very few references to libxml Schematron support on the web
but that's always difficult to read between the lines!



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If you have a XML document, you have its schema.
Eric van der Vlist  
(ISO) RELAX NG   ISBN:0-596-00421-4
(W3C) XML Schema ISBN:0-596-00252-1

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