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<title>XMLListener AntUnit Listener</title>
<h2><a name="xmllistener">XML AntUnit Listener</a></h2>
<p>Writes reports similar to the "xml" JUnit formatter. Some
information that appears as attributes for the JUnit formatter has
been turned into elements to allow streaming of the report.</p>
<p>The AntUnit distribution comes with two XSLT stylesheets (in
the etc subdirectory of the binary or the src/etc directory of the
source release) that can be used together with Ant's
&lt;junitreport&gt; task to create reports about your AntUnit
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<td valign="top"><b>Attribute</b></td>
<td valign="top"><b>Description</b></td>
<td align="center" valign="top"><b>Required</b></td>
<td valign="top">toDir</td>
<td valign="top">Directory where testreports will be written
to. Defaults to the project's basedir.</td>
<td align="center">No.</td>
<td valign="top">logLevel</td>
<td valign="top">Log level for messages from the tests to
include in the report. Must be one of: none, error, warn,
warning, info, verbose, and debug. Messages at the given level
or below will be included.</td>
<td align="center">No. Default is 'none'.</td>
&lt;au:antunit failonerror="false" errorproperty="antunit-failure">
&lt;fileset dir="${tests}" includes="*.xml"/>
&lt;au:xmllistener toDir="${reportsdir}"/>
&lt;fileset dir="${reportsdir}" includes="*.xml"/>
&lt;report format="frames" styledir="${antunit-styles}"
&lt;fail if="antunit-failure">At least one test has failed&lt;/fail>
<p>Runs AntUnit on all XML files in the directory
<code>${tests}</code> writing XML reports to the directory
<code>${reportsdir}</code> (which must exist upfront). Based on
the XML reports a consolidated HTML frame report is created in
<code>${reportsdir}-frames</code> using the stylesheets mentioned
above. <code>${antunit-styles}</code> must point to the directory
containing the stylesheets.</p>