Re: [xsl] xsl] XSL and XMLSchema with "xsd:"

Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl] XSL and XMLSchema with "xsd:"
From: Edward Kennedy <ekennedy@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 13:21:57 -0400
I've been attempting to read a couple schemas, but have been running
into problems.  The schemas are written as follows:

<xsd:schema targetNamespace="....." >
		<xsd:documentation>blah blah blah</xsd:documentation>

	<xsd:element name="FirstName" type="string" minOccurs="0">

When trying to get information out of here, XSL won't let me select
items with xsd: as part of the name.  Also it can't find something
called "annotation" because they all have xsd: on the front.

Any ideas?

Tony Graham wrote:
> Michael Kay wrote at 27 Apr 2001 15:58:08 +0100:
>  > > Out of curiousity, have you looked at using the new Musical Symbols
>  > > characters in Unicode 3.1 (see
>  > > and
>  > > to represent the notes?
>  >
>  > Out of curiosity, how are these intended to be used? It's all very well
> They are supposed to be used in plain text, but you can do more if you
> use "higher-level protocols, such as music description languages and
> file formats for the representation of musical data and musical
> scores."  Note that "[l]ack of pitch encoding is not a shortcoming,
> but a necessary feature of the encoding."
>  > having a character that represents the beam joining two semiquavers, but how
>  > do I control the length and angle of the beam so it actually meets the right
>  > notes?
> To quote Norman Walsh, it's a simple matter of programming (SMOP).  In
> fact, there may eventually be OpenType or other high-tech fonts that
> contain the ligatures for semiquaver-beam-semiquaver, etc. so you
> won't even have to think about it.
>  > I think this is a wonderful example of the point you make somewhere in your
>  > book that the borderline between characters and non-characters is very
>  > fuzzy; some of these definitely strike me as outside that boundary!
> One person's glyph might be another person's character.
> Regards,
> Tony Graham
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