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On 04.10.2011 12:35, Marc Paré wrote:
It would be interesting if OASIS had a validation site much like the W3C 
validation site[1] where a person could check whether their version of 
ODF files were "OASIS-approved". It doesn't look like there is such a 
location on the OASIS site.

while OASIS doesn't have anything official (they just publish the Relax-NG
schemas) there is a ODF validator, developed by Sun as part of the ODF
Toolkit project, which is currently moving to the Apache Incubator:

hmm... don't know if there is a online web frontend on Apache servers
already, hope the old site still works (at least the Schemas it uses
should be reasonably up-to-date AFAIR):

of course the ODF validator also has a command line interface.


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