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Our development language is C++ if that makes any difference, although I don't think it should as we could generate the xml file and then do validation by calling a separate program in the test.
After some research, I think the best answer is Xerces, as it implements all of XSD, is cross-platform and widely used.
You could also use xmllint, which is part of libxml. Example usage: One problem is that libxml doesn't implement all of the specification, so you may run into issues :( Alternatively, if you are on Windows, you can use msxml, but you will need some sort of wrapper to call it, such as the GUI one described in this DDJ article.This is largely due to the complexity of the XSD spec.You may want to test your schema with several tools. - validate against Relax-NG schema -e or --err - print verbose error messages on stderr -b or --list-bad - list only files which do not validate -g or --list-good - list only files which validate -q or --quiet - do not list files (return result code only) NOTE: XML Schemas are not fully supported yet due to its incomplete support in libxml2 (see XMLStarlet is a command line toolkit to query/edit/check/transform XML documents (for more information see An XML editor for quick and easy XML validation is available at just need to run the installer and after that you can validate your XML files with an easy to use desktop application or the command-line. I'm getting frustrated by the errors coming out of xmlllint. If there is a wrong attribute in the XML then xmllint tells you the name of the unsupported attribute.However, it seems most people on Windows use an XML Editor, such as Notepad++ (as described in Nate's answer) or XML Notepad 2007 as suggested by Steve C (there are also several commercial editors which I won't mention here).Finally, you'll find different programs will, unfortunately, give different results.
You can connect your XML schema to Microsoft Visual Studio's Intellisense.