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NUnit XSD for verification and XML to HTML conversion

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/10/01

Of course NUnit will emit NUnit compatible XML, but other tools do too.

To verify if such XML is indeed compliant to the NUnit standard, there is an XML Schema for it which – at the time of writing – the latest version was here:

http://www.nunit.org/docs/2.6.4/files/Results.xsd

Many CI tools map the resulting XML into some form of output. To get HTML output, XSLT is a logical choice, but there are other means too. Here are a few links to get started converting the output:

–jeroen

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