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Re: [xml-dev] DTD vs XSD: No Duplicate Types in (Mixed) ContentModels

On 31/01/2011 15:33, Maik St├╝hrenberg wrote:
> Do you know if there are any validating parsers that allow
> non-deterministic content models (apart from RNG parsers)?

first one I tried does, although it gives you a gentle slap on the wrist

$ rxp  -sxV det.xml
Warning: Content model for x is not deterministic.   At start of content 
there are multiple choices when the next element is b.
  (detected at end of prolog of document file:///C:/tmp/det.xml)


That warning is non fatal and it goes on to validate (or invalidate as 
the case may be) the document.



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