Python validating xml parser
Tools · Usage · Resources · Specifications and Development XML Schemas express shared vocabularies and allow machines to carry out rules made by people.
They provide a means for defining the structure, content and semantics of XML documents. XML Schema 1.0 was approved as a W3C Recommendation on and a second edition incorporating many errata was published on 28 October 2004; see reference list for pointers.
The TIMIT corpus of read speech was the first annotated speech database to be widely distributed, and it has an especially clear organization.
TIMIT was developed by a consortium including Texas Instruments and MIT, from which it derives its name.
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.
This means that the XML file itself must either contain a DTD or must reference a DTD to make this work.
It is intended to be mostly compatible with XML Schema 1.0 and to have approximately the same scope, but also to fix bugs and make whatever improvements we can, consistent with the constraints on scope and compatibility.