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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <SimonStL@classic.msn.com>
- To: "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 30 May 98 21:00:41 UT
Peter Murray-Rust wrote:
>There are several concerns.
> - should we allow DTD subsets and XSchemas to be mixed in a >
document instance (whether delivered externally or internally)
> - should we allow internal XSchemas (if so, should we use RDF
> - should we allow external XSchemas (I assume yes). If so, should
> they use RDF?
> - should we allow internal and external XSchemas to be mixed.
I think the place to start with this - separate from the RDF and DTD
discussions - is
Should we allow internal XSchemas?
External XSchemas in some form I think are pretty much mandatory. If we
decide that we need internal XSchemas, then we need to decide how to demarcate
them as schemas _and_ how they interact with external XSchemas.
At this point, I'd say no to internal XSchemas, if only because sorting out
those details will take a long time and considerable debate. It would also
require us to find some way of hiding the internal XSchemas from non-XSchema
aware processors, something I'm not fond of.
I'll reply to the first issue, mixing DTD subsets and XSchemas, in a separate
reply regarding Question 4.
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