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Re: XSD to extend a "closed" schema

From: sweavo <public07@soycarretero.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jan 2010 00:42:33 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <27222526.post@talk.nabble.com>
To: xmlschema-dev@w3.org

George Cristian Bina-2 wrote:
> You can just use PIs and keep the schema as it is.
> For example instead of
> <official:configitem official:name="a_name" myeditor:x="100"
> myeditor:y="100"
> myeditor:colour="red"><official:childelement....></official:configitem>
> you can have:
> <?myeditor x=100 y=100 colour="red"?>
> <official:configitem official:name="a_name">
>    <official:childelement....>
> </official:configitem>

Thanks for the suggestion. This could end up being a suitable workaround.
But really it is not an ideal solution because the myeditor:x and y
attributes really do belong to the dom node; as a PI they are a sibling in
the DOM and rely on third parties maintaining the sequence and not putting
additional elements in between. 
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