[lxml-dev] schema validation - what would be valid at this point?

John Lovell jlovell at esd189.org
Mon Jun 30 13:49:50 CDT 2008


Can you give an example of what that might look like?

John W. Lovell
Web Applications Engineer
Northwest Educational Service District
1601 R Avenue
Anacortes, WA 98221
(360) 299-4086
jlovell at nwesd.org
 
www.nwesd.org
Together We Can ...


-----Original Message-----
From: lxml-dev-bounces at codespeak.net
[mailto:lxml-dev-bounces at codespeak.net] On Behalf Of Terry Brown
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2008 11:20 AM
To: lxml-dev at codespeak.net
Subject: [lxml-dev] schema validation - what would be valid at this
point?

Hi all,

First thanks for lxml - it's great.

If this is the wrong place for feature requests please point me
elsewhere...

A feature that would be very useful for a number of applications,
particularly editors: the ability to ask "what attributes / elements
would be valid at this point?" where I guess a point would be identified
by an XPath or perhaps an Element object.

I don't know if any of the libxml2 schema APIs expose this, if they
don't, that's probably where the change needs to be made first, but if
they do it would be great if lxml passed it on to python.

Thanks,

Terry
_______________________________________________
lxml-dev mailing list
lxml-dev at codespeak.net
http://codespeak.net/mailman/listinfo/lxml-dev



More information about the lxml mailing list