Re: <oXygen/> XML Editor 1.1.9
Max Froumentin <mf <at> w3.org>
2002-06-06 14:24:21 GMT
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"Mihai Ionescu" <mihai <at> sync.ro> writes:
> <oXygen/> XML Editor 1.1.9 is available for download
> New in this version:
> * XML Schema driven code insight is improved to offer attribute values
> in case of enumeration and default values and to handle multiple namespaces.
> * The checks for valid and well formed documents and the apply
> stylesheet operations run on a different thread so that the GUI remains
> * Acknowledgements of the above operations are replaced with
> notifications in status bar to avoid interruptions.
> * Registration form in application - now, you can get your license
> submiting informations using a registration form which is loaded if no
> license detected.
> * Improved GUI
> * Support for changing the printing scale factor
> <oXygen/> XML Editor supports XML, XSL, TXT, XSD and DTD documents.
> <oXygen/> is written in Java; it has a high development dynamics and is
> availabile on many platforms. It has Unicode support and the interface is
> available in English, French, German, Italian and Romanian. <oXygen/> goal
> is to make tasks shorter, thus it offers end tag auto-completion and a
> powerful code insight that guide the user to write valid XML content. The
> code can be driven by a DTD, an XML schema or by the structure of a partial
> edited document. Taking manipulation of XML content into consideration XML
> and XSL documents can be easily associated one with the other and the
> transformation results can be viewed in different formats; more the user can
> test XPath expressions. <oXygen/> validates XML, XSL and XSD content,
> reporting eventual errors with description and line number information. The
> multiple document interface is enhanced with the support for projects. It
> has drag and drop support and on Windows it can be associated with file
> extensions. The syntax highlight allows a nice view of the XML documents and
> the colors can be customized.
> Best Regards,