[oXygen-user] "<?oxygen RNGSchema" URI on different systems

George Cristian Bina
Fri Jan 16 01:33:27 CST 2009

Hi Florent,

No problem. Yes, the XML Catalogs are the answer. When you create a new 
file, from templates and select XML Spec then you get that starting with

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?oxygen RNGSchema="http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/06/schema/xmlspec.rng" 

and the above location is resolved to a local copy by the XML catalog we 
provide for the XML Spec framework.

More important is that any user can create his own frameworks and 
provide a similar support (as what we do for XML Spec, DocBook, etc.) 
for other XML vocabularies and these new frameworks can be then shared 
with other users. One idea further is to provide a space on 
oxygenxml.com where people can post the frameworks they created that 
they want to share with the rest of the oXygen users. Imagine a 
framework for XProc, with document templates, default schema, custom 
actions to invoke an XProc processor, etc. (another side note here - we 
need to extend the framework custom action to work not only in Author 
mode but also in text and grid mode).

Best Regards,
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger

Florent Georges wrote:
> Florent Georges wrote:
>>   The problem is that I edit it on different systems, and the part
>> shown as "..." does vary between them.
>   And what if... oXygen had support for XML Catalogs and if each
> framework provided say, such a catalog for all the resources they
> provide?  You know, we could just always use the absolute URIs and
> do not bother any longer about URI resolution.
>   Would be nice...  Sorry?  It is implemented yet?  Great! :-)
>   Sorry about the noise.  Regards,

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