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Request for a Saxon entry on the W3C Schema Tools list

From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@---.--.-->
To: <xmlschema-dev@--.--->
Date: 6/18/2004 7:25:00 PM
This list is apparently the official way to request a listing on the schema
page.

Saxon (http://www.saxonica.com/)

Saxon, from release 8.0, provides schema-aware implementations of XSLT 2.0,
XQuery 1.0, and XPath 2.0, and also a free-standing schema processor. This
includes an implementation of the schema object model, and a fully pipelined
validator. Schema checking and document validation can both
be invoked either via a simple Java API, or from the command line. Coverage
of the XML Schema specification is almost complete: there are a few
documented restrictions concerning xs:NOTATION, QNames, and xs:redefine.

Schema processing is available only in the commercial version of the Saxon
product, which is available for a free 30-day evaluation. The 8.0 release
implements the 12 November 2003 drafts of the XSLT and XQuery
specifications, plus some additions agreed by the Working Groups after that
date.

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