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Subject: Re: [office] Exchanging RelaxNG XML of the ODF spec to the compactsyntax

Hi Patrick,

well, I think what we can do in addition to your suggestion is to 
provide a compact schema with new drafts that we upload. This would 
allow us to get some experience with them before we actually replace 
anything in the schema itself, which would be a step that actually is 
difficult to revert is something goes wrong.


Patrick Durusau wrote:
> Bruce,
> Actually I asked Svante about this and he suggested:
> Relax -> compact Relax, followed by:
> compact Relax -> Relax^1, followed by:
> diff on Relax and Relax^1.
> I would add some spot checking on some of the more complex 
> constructions, say about 5% of the total. Just as a sanity check.
> Hope you are having a great day!
> Patrick
> Bruce D'Arcus wrote:
>> Dave Pawson wrote:
>>> On 15/08/07, robert_weir@us.ibm.com <robert_weir@us.ibm.com> wrote:
>>>> Question is do we beleive that the Trang conversion is perfect and 
>>>> will not
>>>> introduce any errors?
>>> The author of Trang believes this is not true.
>> An awkward sentence construction: what's the referent "this"?
>> From the rest of your message, it sound like it is "that conversion is 
>> not perfect" (e.g. a double-negative), which would mean we can be safe 
>> assuming it is "perfect"?
>> Bruce

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