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A validator for json, yaml, and jinja2 files

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# config-files-validator A command line tool to validate configuration language files and template files. So far json, yaml, and jinja2 are supported. The tool validates the files by trying load them one by one. Result can be converted to xunit xml report.

## Example of usage with json files ` validate-json-files example1.json example2.json `

## Example of usage with yaml files ` validate-yaml-files example1.yaml example2.yaml `

## Example of usage with jinja2 files ` validate-jinja2-files example1.j2 example2.j2 `

## Example of xunit xml report This will generate an xunit xml report file named testreport.xml ` validate-yaml-files example1.yaml example2.yaml --xunit ` This will generate an xunit xml report file named myxunit.xml ` validate-yaml-files example1.yaml example2.yaml --xunit --xunit-output-file=myxunit.xml `

## Requirements The tool requires version 3.6 or higher of Python.

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