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This plugin checks XML files for well-formedness and validity.
This plugin checks the current file. A list of warnings and errors
will appears at the bottom of Kate's main window. You can click on an error message
to jump to the corresponding place in the file. If the file has a “DOCTYPE”
the DTD given with this doctype will be used to check the file for validity. The
DTD is expected at a position relative to the current file, e.g. if the doctype
refers to “DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd” and the file is
the DTD is expected to be located at
However, remote DTDs specified via http are supported.
If the file has no doctype it will be checked for well-formedness.
To learn more about XML check out the official W3C XML pages.
Internally this plugin calls the external command xmllint, which is part of libxml2. If this command is not correctly installed on your system, the plugin will not work.
A temporary file needs to be written to the same folder as the file that should be checked, so you need to have write access to that folder.
To load this plugin open Kates configuration dialog under → . Then select XML Validation which will appear in the Application / Plugins section and close the dialog.
Kate Plugin “XML Validation” copyright 2002 Daniel Naber
Documentation copyright 2002 Daniel Naber
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