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Conversion from DTD and W3C to Relax NG

 
 
McSwell
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      05-22-2008
We have a small (~50 line) DTD and a slightly larger (~300 line) W3C
schema that we need to convert to Relax NG. (And I have a larger W3C
schema that I may some day convert.) I was hoping that there would be
some tools to get us started, but the list at http://relaxng.org/#conversion
is not too promising. The one tool that looks like it would actually
do such a conversion, the Sun RELAX NG Converter, appears to have
disappeared from the world (all the web links are dead). (It
admittedly seems to have been buggy, from what I've read.)

But maybe I'm being lazy; maybe it would be better to do the
conversion by hand, since we need to familiarize ourselves with Relax
NG anyway. And these aren't such large files anyway... So: are there
guides to how to convert? (Nothing obvious showed up in Google.) Or
do we have to just get the two kinds of schemas in our heads, at least
for as long as it takes us to do the conversion?

Mike Maxwell
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      05-22-2008
* McSwell wrote in comp.text.xml:
>We have a small (~50 line) DTD and a slightly larger (~300 line) W3C
>schema that we need to convert to Relax NG. (And I have a larger W3C
>schema that I may some day convert.) I was hoping that there would be
>some tools to get us started, but the list at http://relaxng.org/#conversion
>is not too promising. The one tool that looks like it would actually
>do such a conversion, the Sun RELAX NG Converter, appears to have
>disappeared from the world (all the web links are dead). (It
>admittedly seems to have been buggy, from what I've read.)


Try <https://msv.dev.java.net/>.
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      05-22-2008
On May 22, 5:22 pm, Bjoern Hoehrmann <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Try <https://msv.dev.java.net/>.


The Sun Multi-Schema Validator? Oh, I see--there are four other
projects in the downloads not described there, including
'mgconv.zip'. That looks like what I want--thanks!

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