extensibility in XSchema?

John Cowan cowan at locke.ccil.org
Fri Jun 26 00:07:00 BST 1998

Simon St.Laurent wrote:

> Right now the DTD contains ONLY XSC:Doc (when I remember the namespace prefix)
> elements for extension.  The DTD I'm working with uses only the
> itsy-bitsy-HTML elements for that area.  To me, this seems inadequate for many
> purposes, like data typing elements.  (For straight documentation, I think
> it's great.)

Doc was definitely intended for documentation only.  I have thoughts
on extensibility, but no time to write them up today: hopefully

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