This way new "interpretations" can be added as new classes without touching the whole library - at the same time they are now available for all parts of XMLUnit, not restricted to comparisons.The respectively and really only exists to support specifying results of XSLT transformations as inputs.It is not supposed to be a general purpose XSLT API but will remain tailored to XMLUnit's needs.The interface is minimal as it is expected that more advanced features like expecting the outcome to correspond to a certain regular expression can better be implemented by matchers or constraints. Still the API shall be open to be extended to other "schema" languages.The HTML Parser is an implementation of the HTML parsing algorithm in Java.
The parser core compiles on Google Web Toolkit and can be automatically translated into C .This class has been rewritten substantially; and in the current version there's no JDOM code left.The rest of the API is completely free of JDOM code. In general, XOM focuses on giving developers what they need instead of what they think they want. Possible future versions might, provided someone can demonstrate an actual need for it.XMLUnit for Java 1.x had a few static properties that controlled how the documents are to be interpreted - whether whitespace or comments are significant.Rather than repeating a similar design these options are available as decorators for , for example.RELAX NG Tutorial (errata), OASIS Committee Specification, 3 December 2001. More recent, but not officially approved Working Draft, 26 March 2003 also available RELAX NG Compact Syntax Tutorial, OASIS Working Draft, 26 March 2003. Tutorial for RELAX NG using the compact syntax, not assuming prior knowledge of XML syntax. Also supports other schema languages including W3C XML Schema. project for extending RELAX NG has started in ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG1. RELAX NG Version 2 is likely to become a new part of ISO/IEC 19757, while RELAX NG Version 1 continues to exist as Part 2 of ISO/IEC 19757. Reads a RELAX NG schema and produces a validator that can validate documents with the given schema. Generated validator can be in Java, C for Win32 (using MSXML4) or C#. You're going to have to show me that you actually need to do this, and that you are going to use XOM. If you're using a Java virtual machine earlier than 1.4, you will probably also want to carry along the and xerces files from the lib directory. However, in Java 1.4 and later, you can get by without these.If you want to use normalization in the serializer, you'll need the file.* * THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR * IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT.IN NO EVENT SHALL * THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER * LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING * FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER * DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.(The C translation capability is currently used for porting the parser for use in Gecko.) SAX, DOM and XOM are supported. This is for the HTML parser as a whole except the rewindable input stream, the named character classes and the Live DOM Viewer.