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Re: [xml-dev] New (long-overdue) release of XSV available

Dear all!

I'm currently support for XSV into the next release of ValidatorBuddy 
(http://www.spycomponents.com/ValidatorBuddy.htm) and started to do some 
tests. Actually the integration uses the xsv.exe which comes with the 
Windows installer (ValidatorBuddy also runs only on Windows).

I have a 40 MB XML instance file which is rather flat (no deep nesting) 
which I use do check how the different parsers are doing with rather large 
files and a simple xsd for it. On using XSV to validate it the process 
(xsv.exe) takes about 1 GB of memory and after a few minutes I killed it. 
AltovaXML and Xerces-C 2.7 are able to validate the XML in a few seconds 
(and consuming less memory). Is it just the specific XML or XSV can't 
validate larger XML instances?

Beside that I like the detailed error reporting of XSV and that the output 
is generated as XML by the xsv.exe tool. This makes it very easy to parse 
the output.

Regards, Ewa


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