XML schema is supported in a similar way, but requires an explicit schema to be provided: As described above, the parser support for DTDs depends on internal or external subsets of the XML file.This means that the XML file itself must either contain a DTD or must reference a DTD to make this work.Please note that both the Bugzilla installation and the comments list are not only public-write but also public-read; don't say things you don't want seen in public.
You can then validate some Element Tree document against the schema.You'll get back True if the document is valid against the Relax NG schema, and False if not: Note that this error log is local to the Relax NG object.If you want to validate an XML document against a DTD that is not referenced by the document itself, you can use the keyword argument to parse from a file.This also enables correct handling of include files from within the Relax NG parser.If you find errors in Schema 1.1, please let us know.
The best way to do that is to add an entry to the W3C's public installation of Bugzilla, which the WG uses to track issues and enhancement requests, specifying "XML Schema" as the 'product' name. If access to Bugzilla is not feasible, please send your comments to the W3C XML Schema Working Group's public comments mailing list, www-xml-schema-comments Aw3(archive).Since version 2.0, lxml.etree features pre-ISO-Schematron support, using the class lxml.etree. The XML Schema Working Group is closed, having completed its work successfully.The The usage of validation phases is a unique feature of ISO-Schematron and can be a very powerful tool e.g. for establishing validation stages or to provide different validators for different "validation audiences". lxml also provides support for ISO-Schematron, based on the pure-XSLT skeleton implementation of Schematron: There is also basic support for The parser in lxml can do on-the-fly validation of a document against a DTD or an XML schema.