|Subject:||RE: [xliff-comment] Section 2.5.4 Validating Documents with Extensions - needs revision|
|Date:||Oct 24, 2006 9:58:26 am|
Bryan: would it be difficult or too time consuming to make the change as Doug describes?
This would not be too difficult. But given the fact that I'm on West Coast US time, and that I will need to work it into my schedule today, I cannot promise that I would get it done in time for you to roll it into a 1.2 spec package, and send it out in time for most of our TC to review it today (i.e., most of our group would *hopefully* be relaxing at home by the time it gets to be afternoon here in Oregon).
I will work on this today and get it to you as soon as I can. If you'd rather not wait, and feel you should send out the final revision without my sample schema, that's completely understandable, and supported by me.
-----Original Message----- From: Tony Jewtushenko [mailto:tony...@productinnovator.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 6:21 AM To: 'Doug Domeny'; 'Asgeir Frimannsson'; xlif...@lists.oasis-open.org; Schnabel, Bryan S Subject: RE: [xliff-comment] Section 2.5.4 Validating Documents with Extensions - needs revision
Doug and all: At the risk of further delay in the spec, I would prefer using lax for the strict schema in order to validate the non-XLIFF content structure rather than to validate it is well formed. But it is not a deal breaker for me and I would vote to approve the spec & xsd as is (with a couple of small revisions that I've already made and am ready to send out).
Bryan: would it be difficult or too time consuming to make the change as Doug describes? If yes, I'll send out the final revision later today and set up a ballot. If you provide me with the revisions I can roll them into the 1.2 spec package and send it out for review & balloting immediately.
-----Original Message----- From: Doug Domeny [mailto:ddom...@ektron.com] Sent: 24 October 2006 13:45 To: 'Asgeir Frimannsson'; 'Tony Jewtushenko'; xlif...@lists.oasis-open.org; brya...@exgate.tek.com Subject: RE: [xliff-comment] Section 2.5.4 Validating Documents with Extensions - needs revision
I'm fine with changing the 'strict' schema to use "lax" instead of "skip", but then we should probably provide the schema for the tek namespace in the example.
Bryan, is there a schema or could you create one for the tek namespace used in the example?
I'm also fine with leaving both using "skip".
Doug Domeny Software Analyst
Ektron, Inc. +1 603 594-0249 x212 http://www.ektron.com
-----Original Message----- From: Asgeir Frimannsson [mailto:asge...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 1:15 AM To: Tony Jewtushenko; Doug Domeny; xlif...@lists.oasis-open.org Subject: [xliff-comment] Section 2.5.4 Validating Documents with Extensions - needs revision
Tony, Doug, all,
Referring to spec revision 20061023 (http://www.oasis-open.org/archives/xliff/200610/msg00022.html):
"The only change made to the spec was to add a note indicating that external schema's would not be validated by the Transitional XSD."
Both the transitional AND strict schemas were changed to use processContents='skip'. I just noticed that this unfortunately also invalidates section 2.5.4. (Validating Documents with Extensions) of the specification:
"In order to validate an XLIFF document that contains non-XLIFF parts, you can use the schema validation mechanism: In addition to the namespace declarations, add the schemaLocation attribute of the XML Schema-instance namespace to define what schemas to use to validate the document (XLIFF and the non-XLIFF namespaces)."
Also note the reference to section 2.5.4 from section 3.1. (XML Declaration).
If the spec is being updated again as a result of this, also notice the small insignificant layout-mistake in section 3.1: "The same example as above would then look like this:<?xml version="1.0"?>" - the xml declaration should be part of the following example, and not this paragraph.
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