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Henry S. Thompson scripsit:
> 1) There is no way to say in RNG "this schema must be
> deterministic", so there's no way for a normative requirement that you
> use schemas capable of reliable type assertions to be stated.
It's a work in progress. Makoto and Kohsuke and others are thinking about
exactly what works and what doesn't.
> 2) There is no notion in RNG of identifying the types that were
> assigned, reliably or not -- indeed the notion of type assignment
> doesn't occur in RNG. As you and many others so eloquently and
> repeatedly point out, RNG validation delivers a 1-bit result: valid or
> not, nothing else.
Validation is validation, type inference is type inference. As I posted
a moment ago, someone could write an RNG-based type inferencer for simple
types today (maybe even make it output the input, decorated with xsi:type
> Certainly a possiblity -- should SOAP wait until you or someone else
> works that out?
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.reutershealth.com
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