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From Johan Kok <j...@messianic.dyndns.org>
Subject Re: How to perform RelaxNG validation in forrest
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2004 09:04:18 GMT


David Crossley wrote:

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>I just goolged for an answer and found this:
>http://www.dpawson.co.uk/relaxng/nxml/schemaloc.html
>Would those interested please investigate that and report back.
>I will try too but i don't promise anything.
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>Determining which relaxng grammar to apply is something that
>Forrest should be able to help with. At the moment we are only
>doing validation at Ant build time, so "forrest" is not used.
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>It would be great if Cocoon/Forrest would optionally do
>validation at run-time. That way, when we are doing the local
>webapp with 'forrest run' and editing and then immediately
>viewing results, we could be doing various relaxng validations
>and content verifications. Similarly when using 'forrest'.
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>More importantly, we would be using the "sitemap" to associate
>the grammars, rather than the hack of specifying that inside
>each xml instance document.
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>People more knowledgeable with Cocoon might help. Does it
>mean that we need a special type of Cocoon Transformer?
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Love you ideas, be cause once working it would be very easy to do a 
WYSIWYG editor within forrest, which is determined by the XLS used, 
typically DOC vXX. or any of the special types like FAQ etc. This will 
buy a load of 'brownie' points with users.

>--David
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