Re: [xml] State of schema validation

On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 05:04:26PM +0100, buchcik gmx net wrote:

  Hi Kasimier !

Von: Daniel Veillard <veillard redhat com>

On I read that validation
of schemas is incomplete. Does anybody know what is missing? The most


I think Daniel never changed that line of doc from the beginning on;
and I was too chicken shit about changing that line. Apparently there
are some glitches which rule out some scenarios. The processor did work

  Well I think it's safer to warn people before hand than try to
cope with unreasonnable expectations later. Which is also why I
suggest people have at least a look at the spec :-)


After those years, I have an urge to code in C again, although I find
it ugly and uncomfortable and unproductive and it does hurt a lot in
the area where the brain normally resides.

I would also like to see my Delphi Wrapper Code again; so if my ex boss
Tom is reading this: gimme the code :-) Actually it would help me a lot,
because it would serve me as the perfect pool of examples for everything
about Libxml2/Libxslt.

I'm currently sober, only one petit glass of red wine (yes, yes, good
for the heart it turned out to be), so I declare herein officially that
I would like to provide support for the XML Schema processor.

 Now that's very good news, I would love to have you around again,
libxml2 development is really quiet those days, I'm mostly bug fixing
(and won't have time for much more in the foreseable future) when
there is a need.

Just give me some time to figure out how to compile the library on a Linux box and how to use git :-)

  blahh ... it's simple. The hardest will be to figure out how to give
you back write access on the gnome git I guess.

Kind greetings to all the old Libxml2/Libxslt farts - including myself!

  I know Bill still reads the list at least from time to time,
but yeah, it's a quiet room those days !


Daniel Veillard      | libxml Gnome XML XSLT toolkit
daniel veillard com  | Rpmfind RPM search engine | virtualization library

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