>Can anyone point me to anything about XML and the mac?
What do you need that is Mac-specific? One of the main points of XML is
platform independence, so XML relates to the Mac as it does to any other
If you are looking for a text editor for the Mac, BBEdit is an _excellent_
editor. You can use it to create XML files or to create applications. The
newest version (6.0.2) has support for XML, but I'm not certain if it will
validate XML documents according to an XML DTD. I know it'll check the
syntax according to the various HTML and XHTML DTDs, and the HTML tools are
Otherwise, many applications and parsers for XML are written in Java, so
you can use them on a Mac without modification. I seem to remember seeing
something in Peachpit Press's XML book regarding Mac software, and most of
the screen shots are from a Mac. You might look at the book - it's by
Elizabeth Castro. She has a web site for the book
I use Macs, but do development on Linux, so perhaps someone else can assist
if you have a more specific question.