xmllint - The xmllint program parses XML files. It is useful for detecting errors XML code. See xmlsoft.org/xmllint.html for more informations about xmllint.
This package will lint your opened
.xml files in Atom through xmllint linter.
The changelog lists the changes for each release.
Before using this package, you must ensure that
xmllint is installed on your system. On recent versions of Mac OS X,
xmllint comes pre-installed. To install
xmllint on other platforms, do the following:
[sudo] apt-get install libxml2-utils
On Windows, the current binary distribution is managed by Igor Zlatkovic (here) and there were some known issues with version 2.9.3 (20903) x86_64. The validation messages did not contain the filename and would not work with this plugin. The instructions below use the 2.7.8 (20708) x86 binary.
Pick a location where to store the required files, e.g.
Download the following files:
Extract all the files into the location we created in the first step. Example of extracted structure:
C:\tools\xmllint\- bin- include- lib- share
bin directory to your path, e.g.
C:\tools\xmllint\bin by calling
setx path %PATH%;C:\tools\xmllint\bin
Open a new command prompt and try the command
xmllint --version to see if it worked.
If it worked you will see the version be (20708).
$ apm install linter-xmllint
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.