Try XMetaL (www.softquad.com). A very customizable validating XML editor. It
provides WYSYWIG capabilities through CSS. You can access the DOM for
isn't powerful enough you can call COM objects - so you can add your own
dialog boxes and whatnot. You can set up templates for any element to insert
content. You can specify that particular elements are list containers and
list items and XMetaL will treat them accordingly. And it supports SGML as
well as XML.
However, XMetaL is aimed at those whose application is authoring documents
in XML, so for some applications it might be rather heavyweight. It also
insists on a DTD for any XML document you want to edit.
From: Saul Moskovits [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 26 February 2001 15:34
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Looking for an xml editor
Choosing a good xml editor:
Can anybody recommend a good xml editor besides XML SPY. (Iv'e looked into
XML SPY and it does not "preserve white space" in the grid mode so I can't
use it for my
I am looking for an editor that you can customize to be able to fill in
some of the xml content.