[XML-SIG] Question about lxml and RELAX NG
hgg9140 at seanet.com
Sun Apr 29 18:33:32 CEST 2007
libxml2, with its python binding is another possibility. I haven't
tried it, but remember RelazNG is covered.
On Sat, 28 Apr 2007 15:09:59
+0200 Terry Jones <terry at jon.es> wrote:
> I'm trying to validate some XML, and I'd like to use RELAX NG. Looking
> around it seems that lxml may be the best way to go about this in
> Is that a good choice? Other possibilities seem to be minixsv and
> XVIF, but these look less attractive (that's an uninformed quick
> impression - I'd be happy to be told I'm wrong).
> Although the documentation for using lxml is very simple and clear, I
> don't see an explanation of what parts of RELAX NG are supported. I
> get an error telling me my specification is not RELAX NG when I try to
> use a top-level <grammar> element and also when I have two elements
> that refer to each other using <externalRef name="..."/> (and IIRC
> also when I try to use <define>).
> Is there a description somewhere of what parts of RELAX NG are
> supported by lxml? I can provide detail of what I'm doing in case
> <grammar> etc., actually are supported.
> If anyone has suggestions about better approaches to validating XML in
> python, please let me know. I've not done this before and so might be
> making bad/uninformed choices. The situation of python vis a vis XML
> validation seems a bit unclear, based on what I've tracked down via
> Thanks for any help,
> Terry Jones
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