Celebrate Czech Republic anniversary with "Relaxed"
28 Oct 05
Initial support for compound documents was added to Relaxed. You can validate XHTML 1.0+SVG 1.1, XHTML 1.0+MathML 2.0 and XHTML 1.0+MathML 2.0+SVG 1.1 documents. Thanks to RELAX NG power supporting compound documents was quite easy.
Relaxed engine was used to create DocBook V5.0 validator. This is very useful service as RELAX NG + Schematron schemas are only normative definition of DocBook V5.0. W3C XML Schemas and DTDs are simply too primitive to cover all details of complex DocBook vocabulary.
Relaxed and SGML
16 Sep 05
Relaxed is now able to validate HTML 4.01 documents (which are a SGML application) without loosing any error information. This was achieved by modifying the TagSoupe library which was used in Relaxed for real-life HTML to well-formed xHTML conversion. TagSoupe repairs everything that violates the XML syntax. Those corrections are recently reported to Relaxed as errors. Adding a missing end tag can be mentioned as an example of such correction. In this case some missing end tags aren't reported as errors, because HTML 4.01 can have them defined as optional. Other modification to TagSoupe ensures that in most cases the line numbers of the source document will match the line numbers of the converted document. This makes the debugging process of the validated documents easier.
Relaxed is Evolving
29 Jul 05
Over 15 different bugs has been fixed in Relaxed thanks to many grateful bug reports. New features has been introduced as well e.g. source snippet, BOM filter...
Relaxed in Press
28 Jul 05
Relaxed has been introduced in an article published in a popular czech web-dev magazine Interval.cz.
17 Jul 05
Relaxed source code has been released at SourceForge.
Relaxed Project at SourceForge
25 May 05
Relaxed project approved at SourceForge.