David Maus M. A.

Digital Humanities Publishing

Release of SchXslt, a new XSLT-based Schematron processor v1.0

David Maus, 22.02.2019 · Permalink

I am happy to announce that I released version 1.0 of SchXslt.

SchXslt is a conforming open-source Schematron processor implemented entirely in XSLT. It operates as a three-stage transformation process that translates a Schematron to an XSLT validation stylesheet. This stylesheet outputs a validation report in the Schematron Validation Report Language (SVRL) when applied to an instance document.

SchXslt utilizes features of XSLT 2.0 to improve the validation and is well tested against the ISO specification.

SchXslt is also available as a Maven artifact to ease integration into Java-based applications (name.dmaus.schxslt.schxslt) and as an Ant task to perform Schematron validation with SchXslt.

Both, SchXslt and SchXslt Ant, are released under the terms of the MIT license.