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Re: [xml-dev] Re: XML Zebra, a path-based tool for generating diff fingerprints for XML Schemas

At 2010-01-17 20:19 +0000, Anthony B. Coates \(XML-Dev\) wrote:
>The fingerprint files can get large, if you have a large set of Schemas,
>but that's just a reflection of the real complexity of the documents that
>the Schemas allow.

Indeed.  For the UBL 2.0 Order there are 880,000 possible elements 
and attributes without duplicating any XPath address from the 
document node to the reported item.

Accordingly, I wrote stylesheets to create XPath files from arbitrary 


... as the XPath reports useful for writing stylesheet and citing 
content are more manageable when limited to only an instance.  But 
they are also more fragile compared to, say, the UBL schemas which 
have not changed in over three years.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

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