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Validating xml parser perl

HTML browsers are allowed to display HTML documents with errors (like missing end tags). A "well formed" XML document is not the same as a "valid" XML document. In addition, it must conform to a document type definition.

However, unsupported attributes may be silently ignored.boolean decimal Notes: the enumeration facet is not supported on decimal or any types derived from decimal.integer int short byte unsigned Int unsigned Short unsigned Byte positive Integer negative Integer non Positive Integer non Negative Integer date Time Notes: Although date Time correctly validates the lexical format it does not offer comparison facets (min*, max*, enumeration).On CPAN, the only available XML Schema validator is XML:: Schema.Unfortunately, this module isn't ready for use as it lacks the ability to actually parse the XML Schema document format!float Notes: The restrictions on double support apply to float as well.

duration time date g Year Month g Year g Month Day g Day g Month hex Binary base64Binary any URI QName NOTATION Please note that I will delete bugs which merely point out the lack of support for a particular feature of XML Schema.

I looked into enhancing XML:: Schema but I must admit that I'm not smart enough to understand the code...

One day, when XML:: Schema is completed I will replace this module with a wrapper around it.

This works very well, but I'd like to release my project to the world.

Requiring users to install Xerces is simply too onerous a requirement; few will have it already and the Xerces installation system leaves much to be desired.

The W3C XML specification states that a program should stop processing an XML document if it finds an error.