xml changed file validation

Tom Bullock tbullock at nd.edu
Sun Jul 25 16:14:06 EDT 2010

  Thank you, Frank.  Based on your suggestion I found a solid 
description of xmllint in a linux tutorial.  I will also read the man 
page for the command, now that the nature of this instruction is clearer.


On 7/24/2010 9:04 AM, Frank H. Ellenberger wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> Am Samstag, 24. Juli 2010 um 14:30:52 schrieb Tom Bullock:
>> In the wiki for translating the GnuCash Guide&  Help files there is the
>> instruction to that "xml file has no syntax errors"  and it indicates
>> using the command:  "xmllint --valid --noout  gnucash-guide.xml"
>> This instruction assumes the reader knows the context of that command
>> and how it is setup and works.
> The program xmllint is part of the package libxml.
> As usual "xmllint --help" shows you the options and "man xmllint" some
> explainations.
>> When I google 'xmllint' I get lots of
>> references.  Since I want to validate just my changes, I should replace
>> 'gnucash-guide.xml' with the name of my changed module, correct?  I
>> don't need to validate what I am not changing, correct?
> Yes, I believe so.
> Feel free to add your experience to the wiki.
> Frank

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