mdoc validate - Validate XML documents against a schema


   mdoc validate [OPTIONS]* PATHS+


   mdoc  validate validates the specified PATHS against a specified format


          The documentation format to validate PATHS  against.   Supported
          formats include: ecma.

          See  the  FORMATS section below for more information about these

          The default format (if none is specified) is ecma.

   -h, -?, --help
          Display a help message and exit.


   The following documentation formats are supported:

   The Mono ECMA Documentation Format validates all  output  generated  by
   mdoc-update(1)   against   an  XML  schema,  including  the  index.xml,
   ns-*.xml, and NamespaceName/TypeName.xml files.

   See mdoc(5) for details about this file format.


   To validate the mdoc-update(1) output stored within  a  directory  (and
   all documentation within that directory, recursively), use:

       mdoc validate /path/to/ecma/docs


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