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automatedAccessibilityTesting is intended as an automated check for validity and accessibility of web pages that can be run as part of a continuous integration system. It takes a list of URLs, validates each using a local instance of the W3C validator, and checks their accessibility using Schematron rules. It is written in XProc, XSLT and Schematron. The current implementation uses Java, using Norm Walsh's "Calabash" XProc implementation, and Saxon for XSLT. Copyright April 2009. Inigo Surguy, 67 Bricks Ltd. automatedAccessibilityTesting is available under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2 - see LICENCE.txt. I'm sympathetic to re-licensing it under the LGPL, but it currently depends on XProc which is GPL-licensed.