Re: Junit-type Framework for XSLT 2 Functions and Tem
On Tue, 2005-05-17 at 06:39 +1000, Dimitre Novatchev wrote: > > Do we have a tool that given a schema generates a sequence of > instances, which (in its infinite entirety) covers all instances > defined by the schema and is ordered from simple to more complex (e.g. > by the length of the produced xml document)? > > > I have asked this question at least twice on separate occasions and > the answer seems to be negative. There *should* be. msv + http://www.sun.com/software/xml/developers/instancegenerator/ but I couldn't get it to work. Instead, as a poor mans alternative. 1. From whatever source, use trang to go into rng. 2. I have a stylesheet which then seeks all unique elements (and attributes), and can generate an xml file. It doesn't do the 'all instances' (which instance generator is supposed to do), but it may provide a start Dimitre. -- Regards, Dave Pawson XSLT + Docbook FAQ http://www.dpawson.co.uk
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