For running CDET you need the following:
And of course CDET itself, which consists of the consistency checker's source code and the DTDs for rules, languages, etc. You might want to need the DTDs in order to check whether your XML languages and XML rules are valid XML documents. The DTDs are not needed by CDET itself; it just assumes that your XML documents are valid. The following versions are available.
For installing CDET, just grab the tar ball and unpack it.
src sub directory you should invoke
which creates the
For compiling CDET with file system support only, simply type
for darcs support add the option
<darcs_dir> is the directory of your darcs sources); for subversion support add the option
you can see a list of all available options.
configure script shows a short summary of the CDET compile options.
Now a simple
should compile CDET. By
you copy CDET into your
Last modified: Wed Sep 7 07:25:32 CEST 2005