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Hi,

I've just completed writing a collection of XSLT tools which
run in sequence to produce a large XML document. I can't find
any resources on unit testing strategies for XSLT, and my
boss wont release the toolset without a set of valid test cases.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

How do most people focus their testing so that it is likely to
find errors?

Cheers,

Nick.

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Hi,

Look at this resource:
 http://xsltunit.org/

People, as I know, have positive opinions about this. [I never used unit tests for XSLT: I'm just going to look at this :)].

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Armen
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UTF-X is a framework for testing XSLT stylesheets. You can download a pre-alpha version from http://utf-x.sourceforge.net

Let me know if you have any questions.

Jacek



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Look at this resource:
 http://xsltunit.org/

People, as I know, have positive opinions about this. [I never used unit tests for XSLT: I'm just going to look at this :)].

Regards,
Armen





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