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

Indeed.  In those cases, XML Zebra puts the xsi:type name in the path that  
it constructs.  When I talked about the tool ignoring restructurings, I  
was talking in the general case (since most people don't use xsi:type, in  
my experience).  A related point worth noting is that the current  
pre-release 1.0-pre-1 doesn't yet support substitution groups; that is  
planned for the next pre-release.

Cheers, Tony.

On Mon, 18 Jan 2010 15:29:09 -0000, Boris Kolpackov  
<boris@codesynthesis.com> wrote:

> Hi Anthony,
> Anthony B. Coates (XML-Dev) <abcoatesecure-xmldev@yahoo.co.uk> writes:
>> Also, the path-based approach ignores restructurings that don't impact
>> users, like renaming of Schema types or moving of definitions to a
>> different Schema file.
> Renaming of types in XML Schema can affect users if the vocabulary
> uses xsi:type-style polymorphism. In this case schema type names
> end up in XML documents.
> Boris

Anthony B. Coates
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