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Re: Comments about XSV

From: Henry S. Thompson <ht@inf.ed.ac.uk>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 11:56:37 +0100
To: Cameron Laird <claird.visiprise@gmail.com>
Cc: xmlschema-dev@w3.org
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Cameron Laird writes:

> A.  Thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou.  I'm grateful for XSV.*

You're welcome, of course.

> *B.  <URL: http://www.w3.org/2001/03/webdata/xsv > has spelling that can
> improve.  "sucesses" is an example.*

Oops -- thank you, will fix.

> *C.  When I run example documents from tutorials through XSV, I typically
> see
>     Attempt to load a schema document from $URI.xsd (source: command line)
> for no namespace, succeeded
>     Attempt to load a schema document from $URI.xsd (source: schemaLoc) for
> no namespace, skipped, already loaded*
> *
> Are these diagnostics telling me of something under my control?  Crudely,
> what can I change to make these messages go away?

Add 2>/dev/null (on UN*X) or 2>NUL: (on Windoz) to your command line :-).

Seriously, those are meant to be helpful, if you don't find them so,
they can be easily diverted to the bit bucket.

Wrt the duplication that is being reported, if indeed your instance
document contains all the schema location information necessary for
validation, then you don't need any schema document URIs on the
command line.  Removing them will get rid of the second diagnostic.

Finally, the obligatory remark about open source -- if you want
something changed, feel free to change it!

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