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Subject: RE: [xliff] Some example

I suppose you also have examples for XLIFF element/attribute to be
embedded into a user domain schema, right? 


-----Original Message-----
From: Yves Savourel [mailto:ysavourel@translate.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2002 3:25 PM
To: XLIFF list
Subject: [xliff] Some example

Hi everyone,

To follow up on our discussion about extensibility: Here are some
for element and attribute extensibility using namespace (the replacement
<prop> and ts). We will have to make some decisions:
- how many non-XLIFF elements we want to allow at each extension point?
- any specific namespaces?
- type of validation?

The xliff.xsd file included is based on 1.0 with a few of the 1.1
modifications, it also allows non-XLIFF element in <group> and non-XLIFF
attribute in <file>. But there are many other things to fix to make this
cleaner, I think there are even some definition missing.
But it should work with basic samples. I'll keep working on it.

Note that all these examples pass with XMLSpy, but the last one doesn't
with MSXML (see the JS script to run a validation with MSXML), I'm not
why since the error message (xliff element not declared in the schema)
not quite correct. (idea anyone?)

I'll try to make some examples of any method I can come up with for the
[attribute value extensibility] and [externalization of the attribute
values]. The last one shouldn't be too difficult: it's basically the
definition of a type library.

Double-checking of any of those example/etc. would be very welcome.


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