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[Bug 1933] (re)move primitive (and derived) simple type defns from SDForSDs

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Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:22:15 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=1933


ht@inf.ed.ac.uk changed:

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------- Additional Comments From ht@inf.ed.ac.uk  2005-12-15 12:22 -------
The Toronto draft minutes
(http://www.w3.org/XML/Group/2005/11/xml-schema-ftf-minutes#id0x04998078) say:

    * structures.xsd: presented as an appendix, as now, but defines no built-ins
    * datatypes.xsd: presented as an appendix, and as an external file, as now,
      but defines no built-ins
    * XMLSchema.xsd: presented as an external file, as now, but defines no
      built-ins
    * primitives.xsd[1]: presented in an appendix and as a separate doucment in
      XSD syntax and described as not a schema document, e.g. this document is
      in XSD syntax but violates some constraints; [it's thus not usable with
      conforming processors, but may be useful to other processors so it's
      provided in this syntax for their convenience.]
    * datatypes.xsd[2]: presented in an appendix and as a separate doucment in
      XSD syntax and described as not a schema document, e.g. this document is
      in XSD syntax but violates some constraints; [it's thus not usable with
      conforming processors, but may be useful to other processors so it's
      provided in this syntax for their convenience]. We will review this
      document after the story on composition is clear.

[1] I think this should be primitives.nxsd
[2] I think this should be derived.nxsd

Noting that these are working names, likely to be replaced before publication
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