ANNOUNCEMENT: XML::Validator::Schema version 1.09

   - Added support for line and column numbers in errors in the schema
     file using XML::Filter::ExceptionLocator and XML::SAX::ExpatXS.

   - Added support for unions. (John Hollingum)

   - Fixed a bug which broke date type checking in Perl v5.10.

   - Fixed decimal type to allow values without integer parts like
     ".45". (Michael Fox)

   - Fixed bug where attributes couldn't have anonymous simple-type
     definitions.  (reported by Jeremy Osborn)


    This module allows you to validate XML documents against a W3C XML
    Schema. This module does not implement the full W3C XML Schema
    recommendation (, but a useful subset. See
    the SCHEMA SUPPORT section in the module documention.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: To get line and column numbers in the error
    messages generated by this module you must install
    XML::Filter::ExceptionLocator and use XML::SAX::ExpatXS as your
    SAX parser.  This module is much more useful if you can tell where
    your errors are, so using these modules is highly recommeded!


    You can install XML::Validator::Schema from CPAN, or download it
    from SourceForge:


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