2 May 13:58 2007

### Re: specifying LaF for WebStart-hosted XMLmind

Santy, Michael wrote:
>
> I'm hosting XMLmind via WebStart and could not find a way to override
> the default look and feel.  I was able to do so in a standalone
> application, in which the default look and feel classname can be
> specified with the lookAndFeelClassName property in the
> preferences.properties file.  However, there seems to be no mechanism to
> pass this information into a WebStart application.  I even tried
> specifying the standard "swing.laf" property in the jnlp descriptor
> without success.
>
> I think that there are two ways to accomplish this, both requiring
> changes to the XXE distribution:
>
> 1) Provide a means to specify that the preferences.properties is located
> inside of one of the jars packaged with the webstart app.  The
> XXE_USER_PREFERENCES only allows the specification of a filename, which
> cannot be known ahead of time in a webstart app.
>
> 2) Have the WebStart class look for a XXE_LAF_CLASSNAME property
> specifying the look and feel classname.
>
> Is there a simpler mechanism for specifying the default LAF in a
> webstart app?

Hussein Shafie wrote:
> No, there is no way to specify the LAF when XXE is deployed using Java
> Web Start.
>
> We'll change that in next release and will allow to specify the LAF


2 May 16:13 2007

### SVG graphics preview??

Hi,

Are there any plans to include an SVG viewer in XMLmind? Or, is there any way of adding an SVG viewer as an add-on? I'm thinking of Batik, an all-Java utility.

With best regards,
Hakan S.
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3 May 15:06 2007

### Large XML file problem

Hi,
I have found a problem while trying to open larger xml files (more than
3MB, about 100 000 elements) in XML Mind editor. I try to increase java
heap at size 512M but it didn't fix the problem.
The editor loads the file from cache, then tryes to delete blank spaces
and then stop trying to open the file (and the exception at
com.xmlmind.xmledit.xsd.validate.NameRe.match(NameRE.java:637) is thrown ).
I don't know it it is a bug or if editir simlpy don't support that big
files.

Bc. Jaroslav Svoboda, Pilsen, Czech Republic

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4 May 10:22 2007

### Re: SVG graphics preview??

Håkan Söderström wrote:
>
> Are there any plans to include an SVG viewer in XMLmind? Or, is there
> any way of adding an SVG viewer as an add-on? I'm thinking of Batik
> <http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/batik/index.html>, an all-Java utility.
>

This has been done a few years ago. Personnally I use the SVG add-on all
time. My vector graphics are created using Inkscape[*].

image toolkit plug-in ", click OK and restart XXE.

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* Turn this option on after you have finished your drawing.

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4 May 10:55 2007

### Re: Large XML file problem

Jaroslav Svoboda wrote:
> I have found a problem while trying to open larger xml files (more than
> 3MB, about 100 000 elements) in XML Mind editor. I try to increase java
> heap at size 512M but it didn't fix the problem.
> The editor loads the file from cache, then tryes to delete blank spaces
> and then stop trying to open the file (and the exception at
> com.xmlmind.xmledit.xsd.validate.NameRe.match(NameRE.java:637) is thrown ).
> I don't know it it is a bug or if editir simlpy don't support that big
> files.

This may be a stack size problem (*stack*, not heap: NameRe.match is
stack intensize).

See http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/faq.html#outofmemory for
instructions explaining how to specify the stack and heap size.

if setting "-Xss4m -Xmx512m" or even "-Xss8m -Xmx1024m" does not solve
the problem, then you have probably found a bug. In such case, I'll need
your XML file and its associated DTD or XSD in order to be able to fix
the bug.

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4 May 16:03 2007

Hello,

I'm normalizing technical documentations with DocBook.
I found XXE, a very useful tool.

I transform my DocBook file into a generated website with xsltproc as explained on this page :
http://www.codeproject.com/winhelp/docbook_howto.asp

I would like to display a link on 1 page of my generated website to go to another page.
How can I modify my source DocBook file with XXE to add this link on one page of my generated website?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Arnaud.


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4 May 18:32 2007

Arnaud Thuillier wrote:
>
> I transform my DocBook file into a generated website with xsltproc as
> http://www.codeproject.com/winhelp/docbook_howto.asp
>
> I would like to display a link on 1 page of my generated website to go
> to another page.
> How can I modify my source DocBook file with XXE to add this link on one
> page of my generated website?
>

DocBook.

You need to create one of these elements:
* <xref>

When DocBook is converted to HTML, *all* the above DocBook elements are
translated to <a href="xxx">.

on the relationship that exists between the link and its target. This
relationship does not depend on how you'll convert your DocBook document.

For example, <link> is a link to another place in the same DocBook
document, <ulink> is a link to an URL found on the Internet, etc.

Leonard Muellner, http://www.docbook.org/tdg/en/html/docbook.html

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7 May 14:40 2007

### CSS Stylesheet binging, how?

When I insert a  system type DOCTYPE declarartion in a docbook.xml file I seem til loose the CSS binding in XXE, and it presentes the document with "no Style".

I need the local DOCTYPE since I xi:include parts of the document using the xpointer="element(some_id)"

I am using Standard Edition 3.5.1

Thanks,

Vidar Sørensen
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace.

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7 May 11:41 2007

### Information

Hello,

I need to choose a solution to edit xml files, who maybe use in the futur in
my society Thales.

After some research, I have find your product XML Mind editor Personnal.

After some test, I can't use a personnal template with a specific DTD !

XML Mind Personnal 3.6.0 can use personnal DTD ?
Otherwise maybe after an upgrade ?

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7 May 16:28 2007

### Re: Information

Pierrealexis.DANGREAU <at> fr.thalesgroup.com wrote:
>
> I need to choose a solution to edit xml files, who maybe use in the futur in
> my society Thales.
>
> After some research, I have find your product XML Mind editor Personnal.
>
> After some test, I can't use a personnal template with a specific DTD !
>
> XML Mind Personnal 3.6.0 can use personnal DTD ?

Yes, you can do that but you have to create a *configuration* file (a
simple, declarative, XML file) for your custom DTD.

How to do that is explained here:
http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/_distrib/doc/configure/configure.html

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