[x3d-public] X3D JSON Schema Updates: determining event constraints forSFTimedurations and timestamps
brutzman at nps.edu
Tue Apr 17 20:21:13 PDT 2018
XvlShell is present as an example of adding extensibility to an XML DOCTYPE (DTD). The Xvl nodes are merely experimental: not approved by the X3D Abstract Specification, not in the X3D XML Schema, and not in the X3D Unified Object Model (X3DUOM).
I believe that you will find that each of the models in that directory contains the error statement
<meta name=' error ' content=' Test X3D DTD experimental extensions mechanisms, the XVL nodes are not legal X3D '/>
On 4/16/2018 1:28 AM, John Carlson wrote:
> I don’t see XvlShell under the 3.0 object model. Will you remove it from the JSON examples?
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> *Subject: *RE: X3D JSON Schema Updates: determining event constraints forSFTimedurations and timestamps
> Don’t forget XvlShell and @headlight under the Object Model 3.0 (I will check).
all the best, Don
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