Frans Englich frans.englich at telia.com
Thu Feb 2 14:20:01 GMT 2006

On Wednesday 01 February 2006 15:05, R.F. Pels wrote:
> On Wednesday 1 February 2006 15.13, Frans Englich wrote:
> > > that can generate C++ code as well as an XML parser based on a DTD.
> > > That is, based on the DTD it creates a set of C++ classes and a parser
> > > that can parse an XML file that adheres to the definition in the DTD
> > > and that can create an object tree from the C++ classes generated
> > > earlier.
> >
> > Although not DTDs, but W3C XML Schemata, it seems.
> Do you mean XSD's? From what are you concluding that?

After a quick skimming of the code I couldn't find any DTD parsing code, but 
which parsed W3C XML Schema files. Cornelius corrected me and wrote it was 
RNG; listen to him, not me ;-)

> > (My point was that what KWSDL has in common with KXPath is that they both
> > need to do type hierarchy navigation and represent WXS primitives, and
> > therefore have code duplication.)
> kxmlibs?

Yes, something in that direction. "kxmlibs" already exists in the form of KDOM 
in kdenonbeta/kdom. The KDOM team should get their act together and start 
steering towards kdelibs inclusion. The big issue is that it's not only a 
matter about what that is fruitful for kdelibs, it's on the topic of KHTML's 
future and the Apple story. I'll probably post a mail on khtml-devel in the 
upcoming days.



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