MarkupValidity provides test/unit and rspec helpers for checking the validity of your documents. Shortcuts for verifying xhtml-transitional and xhtml-strict documents are provided as well. MarkupValidity will not only tell you when your document is invalid, but it will tell you what it should be.
Make sure that markup_validity is required after test/unit, or mix MarkupValidity::Assertions in to your test class yourself.
### # test/unit example require 'test/unit' require 'rubygems' require 'markup_validity' class ValidHTML < Test::Unit::TestCase def test_i_can_has_valid_xhtml assert_xhtml_transitional xhtml_document end end ### # rspec example require 'rubygems' require 'markup_validity' describe "my XHTML document" do it "can has transitional xhtml" do xhtml_document.should be_xhtml_transitional end end
depends on nokogiri
gem install markup_validity
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