[Openvas-devel] Call for Votes CR #48: Define OMP/OAP in RelaxNG Schema Language
felix.wolfsteller at intevation.de
Tue May 11 09:18:11 CEST 2010
On Tuesday 11 May 2010 02:27:34 Stephan Kleine wrote:
> On Tuesday May 11 2010 00:24:46 Jan-Oliver Wagner wrote:
> > On Thursday 06 May 2010 13:23:26 Hartmut Goebel wrote:
> > > Am 22.04.2010 18:57, schrieb Hartmut Goebel:
> > > > I've just uploaded change request #48 (see
> > > > <http://www.openvas.org/openvas-cr-48.html>) and am looking forward
> > > > to you comments on this issue.
> > >
> > > Since there were no complaints or objections, I'd like to call for
> > > votes now and would like to ask you to cast your vote by May 16t.
> > I had not much time to look into this, so sorry for my late comment.
> > A processable description of the protocols is a good idea in principle.
> > I am not happy with the bashing language against the current state
> > of OMP/OAP. It is work in progress and thus by definition not complete
> > nor bug-free. Justifying RelaxNG with this work-in-progress-state seems
> > wrong to me. I'd prefer to not leave the text as is.
> Figure out some API that makes everyone happy for OMP & OAP and nail that
> down as some _publicly available .xsd_. IOW please create a common XML
> schema that is used and documented. Surely that can be changed from version
> to version but until the very first release there should be some version
> set in stone. So please get together and figure out how you would like that
> API / schema.
That is a +1 then?
> My 0,02$,
> PS: And on a personal note, please spare me that "Relax NG" crap but simply
> stick with some XML schema that can be validated by common tools without
> any further inconveniences.
The libxml2 tools should meet that requirement of yours. Afaiu you can
validate against "relax ng" with it (`man xmllint`).
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