I am just using a Relax compact syntax version of PREMIS in place of the
XML Schema so I can use it with my editor-of-choice (Emacs with
nxml-mode) which does not support XML Schema. Morgan
On Mon, 12 Sep 2005, Richard Davis wrote:
> Morgan V. Cundiff wrote:
> > 2. When using Sun RELAX NG Converter to convert PREMIS to RelaxNG I
> > discovered that this tool does not handle the defaults correctly
> > (i.e. absence of data type for element did not convert to
> > type=xs:string). When the data type is present the conversion worked as
> > expected. This is not the fault of PREMIS but it seems being explicit can
> > prevent downstream headaches.
> RELAX NG is a /very/ good way of preventing headaches. ;)
> Nice to know someone else is interested in a RELAX NG implementation.
> Are you simply using Relax in place of the XML Schema, or is it the
> basis for local refinements, or integration with other schemas?
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