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From: "John Reinke" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, March 02, 2001 12:20 PM
Subject: Re: XML and the mac
> >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
> 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
> if you have a more specific question.
> Have fun,