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> John Cowan:
> > > Moreover, RelaxNG is tied to XML Schema in the same way XQuery is,
> > > it (Relax NG) relies on W3C XML Schema datatypes.
> > It doesn't *rely* on them. They are optionally provided by particular
> > RELAX NG validators.
> 1. Any real-word RelaxNG grammar that does not use XSD?
> 2. Which of usable RelaxNG validators is 'unparticular' in this respect?
> The only datatype library in 'production' use for RelaxNG is XSD.
Moreover, the RELAX NG compact syntax specification explicitly
mentions XML Schema Datatypes as the predefined binding for
xsd: prefix. And it is the only datatype prefix defined for RelaxNG.
I too think that grass could be greener, but the reality is that
RelaxNG relies on W3C XML Schema part 2, practicaly in the same
way as XQuery does.