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Re: Alternatives to XML Schemas
- From: Ronald Bourret <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2001 10:13:12 -0800
Michael Brennan wrote:
> > [...]
> > If you aren't
> > going to use those extra features don't learn them.
> Unfortunately, there are many implementors who will heed your advice. I have
> so far identified only a few implementations of XML Schema. Each is focused
> on one very narrow use case (typically validation) and each supports only a
> subset of the spec. Will this situation get better or worse? I hope it gets
> better, but I'm not sure.
The size of the feature set is certainly a barrier to implementation.
Factoring would go a long way to helping this, but I don't think it's
ever going to happen. My guess is that the (implementation) situation is
unlikely to change. That is, people will implement what they need and
ignore the rest.
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