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Ronald Bourret scripsit:
> But here's another way to ask the question. Are there enough people for
> whom a non-XML syntax for XML Schemas would be useful that it's worth
> deriving such a thing? After all, the general feeling on this list the
> other day was that the shorthand form of Relax NG was easier and more
> widely used than the XML form.
Kilian Stillhard and Erik Wilde designed and implemented just such a
syntax early in 2003; see http://dret.net/projects/xscs/ . I could
quibble with a few details, but if I needed to write an XML Schema
and couldn't use Trang for some reason, I'd surely use their syntax.
The conversion software is freely redistributable but not Open Source.
To get a taste, the Schema for Schemas is online at
I marvel at the creature: so secret and John Cowan
so sly as he is, to come sporting in the pool firstname.lastname@example.org
before our very window. Does he think that http://www.reutershealth.com
Men sleep without watch all night? --Faramir http://www.ccil.org/~cowan