Cornelius Schumacher schumacher at kde.org
Wed Feb 1 22:02:03 GMT 2006

On Wednesday 01 February 2006 17:44, Frans Englich wrote:
> Code is not that interesting. What's interesting is if it can be proved
> that it's actually worth something. For code that will be used by many in
> general ways should be backed up by "This code is intended to do this and
> here is the <insert proof> for that it can do that". For a interoperability
> thing as WXS, I think test results are needed.

kxml_compiler is less about interoperability and more about saving the boring 
work of having to write lots of trivial parsing code. We don't necessarily 
need 100% standard conformance for this. It's already useful, if it works 
with a couple of common schemas. Especially if we talk about schemas written 
by us.

Anyway, as I said before, I don't think we should move kxml_compiler to 
kdelibs right now.

Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher at kde.org>

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