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Subject: RE: Useful open-source XML/XSLT editor (was Re: [xsl] Attempting *not* to copy certain nodes)
From: "Amuchastegui, Maria" <Maria.Amuchastegui@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 14:59:33 -0500

TextPad is shareware and you can download XML and XSLT plug-ins.

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Subject: Useful open-source XML/XSLT editor (was Re: [xsl] Attempting
*not* to copy certain nodes)


> FWIW, I've found Treebeard ( http://treebeard.sourceforge.net/ ) a very 
> useful tool, easy to install and start using. So far I've also made some 
> use of Cooktop ( http://www.xmlcooktop.com/ ) though I'd prefer to use 
> an open source editor. If anyone has one they find as useful, please 
> post (I've checked Sourceforge, list archives, usenet...).

I use jEdit with the XML and XSLT plug-ins. jEdit is a text editor 
written in Java and released under the GPL. The XSLT plug-in includes a 
an XPath tool for ad-hoc queries and provices a GUI to Xalan transforms. 
The online help is good (even for most plug-ins) and you can see the 
source for that as well (it is in DocBook XML).

It is very configurable, maybe too much so for casual users. I've also 
used TreeBeard and Cooktop at different times.


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