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Introductionjxsl goals are : to provide a very simple API to run XSL transformation from Java code, on top of JAXP; to foster the adoption of XSL Unit testing and integration into Continuous Integration processes, on top of XSpec. Simple API to run XSLT from Java codeApplying an XSL on XML content might be as simple as // Create a transformation scenarioXslScenario sc = new XslScenario("path_to_your_xsl.xsl");// Run this scenario on XML content Map<String, String> outputs = sc.apply("xml_content
XSpec is a Behavior Driven Development (BDD) framework for XSLT and XQuery. It is based on the Spec framework of RSpec, which is a BDD framework for Ruby. XSpec consists of a syntax for describing the behaviour of your XSLT or XQuery code, and some code that enables you to test your code against those descriptions. An external project, jxsl, provides a Maven archetype for XSpec (Ant is expected soon). The goal is to provide everything needed to integrate with Continuous Integration tools for Jav