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Take a look at the python library xmlschema which seems to hit all of your points other than the Graphic Help. Both Python and it are free & cross platform. Full XSD 1.0 and XSD 1.1 support Building of XML schema objects from XSD files Validation of XML instances against XSD schemas Decoding of XML data into Python data and to JSON Encoding of Python ...


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There is XMLSchema which looks very promising, is MIT licensed, currently maintained as at April 2021 and claims: Full XSD 1.0 and XSD 1.1 support Building of XML schema objects from XSD files Validation of XML instances against XSD schemas Decoding of XML data into Python data and to JSON Encoding of Python data and JSON to XML Data decoding and encoding ...


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The fact that development of a product has ended does not necessarily mean it is dead: it might just be complete and stable. There is another candidate: Saxon/C. The Enterprise Edition supports XSD processing, and offers a Python API. A disclaimer, however: it is a commercial product produced by my company, Saxonica.


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There is a project on GitHub which converts abbyXML into hOCR. hOCR itself is XHTML, which means, that you could display it in the browser, right away, by simply loading it. You will need an XSL-T processor to do the transformation, however. The recommended one, these days, would be SaxonHE, which is the open-source edition of Saxon. Converting the XML into ...


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