[xsd-users] RE: XSD 3.2.0 beta1 released
Raymond.Rizzuto at sig.com
Thu Sep 4 16:41:58 EDT 2008
I understand about the .msi including xerces, though I was surprised about the libxsd vs include directory names.
To answer your second question, yes, the .rules in the beta work correctly.
From: Boris Kolpackov [mailto:boris at codesynthesis.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 4:28 PM
To: Rizzuto, Raymond
Cc: xsd-users at codesynthesis.com
Subject: Re: [xsd-users] RE: XSD 3.2.0 beta1 released
Thanks for the information. My comments are below.
Rizzuto, Raymond <Raymond.Rizzuto at sig.com> writes:
> - directory tree differences from 3.1.0 (libxsd vs include)
> - no xerces
> o copied the include/xercesc from 3.1 to 3.2's libxsd/xercesc
> o copied the xerces dll's from 3.1's bin directory to 3.2's bin directory
> o copied the lib directory from 3.1's tree to same location in 3.2
These differences are due to you using the .msi installer for 3.1.0 while
for betas we only provide the .zip package which contains only XSD proper.
With the final release we will make both .msi and .zip available.
> I'm also again having the issue I reported previously where xsd will
> rebuild the output files every time I compile. At first I was pointing
> to the wrong set of rules files, but then I fixed the rules directory
> path in VC and selected it for the project, and now that is working
> correctly also.
Just to confirm: once you have pointed VC to the .rules files from
the beta, everything started working ok, right?
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