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Re: [libvirt] [PATCH] Fix <cpu> element in domain XML schema

> > The current schema is more permissive than the XML parsing code in
> > libvirt. Precisely, 'match' attribute is optional in schema while in
> > reality its use is bound to <model> element:
> > 
> > - <cpu> element without 'match' attribute is allowed only if <topology>
> >   element is the only child element of <cpu>
> > 
> > - <cpu> element with 'match' attribute requires <model> element to be
> >   present; <topology> and <feature> elements are optional
> > 
> > Signed-off-by: Jiri Denemark <jdenemar redhat com>
>   ACK, but there is a limit to this kind of refinements. Basically
> the schemas will always have to be more permissive than the internals,
> for example some constructs are allowed only for some values of
> attribute type on top level element, and except making the schemas
> unmaintainable, I don't think it's feasible to have the RNG model
> exactly the actual set accepted. It's really 2 different models of
> validation.

Sure thing, I considered this was within the limit and I think it also made
that part of schema a bit more readable.

Thanks, pushed.


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