mono-xmltool - Mono XML validation and transformation tool.


   mono-xmltool --validate [*.rng | *.rnc | *.nvdl | *.xsd] [instances]

   mono-xmltool --validate-rng relax-ng-grammar-xml [instances]

   mono-xmltool --validate-rnc relax-ng-compact-grammar-file [instances]

   mono-xmltool --validate-nvdl nvdl-script-xml [instances]

   mono-xmltool --validate-xsd xml-schema [instances]

   mono-xmltool --transform stylesheet instance-xml

   mono-xmltool --prettyprint [source [result]]


   mono-xmltool  is  a  command  line  front  end  for  various  functions
   available in the Mono XML  class  libraries.  It  currently  it  offers
   validation    with   various   different   kinds   of   schemas,   xslt
   transformations and pretty printing.


   mono-xmltool can validate a given  set  of  XML  files  (the  instances
   parameter)  using  the  given  schema file.  Currently supported schema
   files include Relax NG (*.rng), Compact Relax  NG  (*.rnc),  Namespace-
   based Validation Dispatching Language (*.nvdl) and XML Schema (*.xsd).

   If  invoked  with  the  --validate argument, Mono will use the filename
   extension to guess the kind of validation required.  The --validate-xxx
   flags would force a specific kind of validation.

   The following lists the flags and the actual class that implements them
   in Mono:


          Commons.Xml.Relaxng.RelaxNgPattern   as    the    schema,    and
          Commons.Xml.Relaxng.RelaxngValidatingReader validator.

          Commons.Xml.Relaxng.RncParser     as     the     schema,     and
          Commons.Xml.Relaxng.RelaxngValidatingReader validator.


          Commons.Xml.Nvdl        as        the         schema         and
          Commons.Xml.NvdlValidatingReader validator.

          System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchema    as    the    schema    and   uses
          System.Xml.XmlValidatingReader as the validator.


   This does an XSLT transformation. The stylesheet must be an XSLT  file,
   the  instance-xml  is  the document to be processed.  Output it sent to
   the standard output.


   Produces a pretty-print rendering of the source file.   If  it  is  not
   specified  it  reads  the standard input.   If result is not specified,
   the output is sent to the standard output.


   Mailing    lists     are     listed     at     the     http://www.mono-




                                                    mono-xmltool(Mono 1.0)


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