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RE: [xsl] XSL editor recommendation
Subject: RE: [xsl] XSL editor recommendation|
From: Robert Koberg <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 09:58:55 -0400
I agree. Love the oXygen. Works cross platform (even pretty on linux) as
a standalone app or within eclipse as a plugin. They have many
perspectives for editing different file types. I have been spoiled by
the XSL/XML editor and really can't use other editors now. I also love
(but invaluable when you have packed JS you want to debug).
On Thu, 2008-08-21 at 09:46 -0400, Ferry, Jeremy wrote:
> I'm also using oXygen... love it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew Welch [mailto:andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2008 3:56 AM
> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [xsl] XSL editor recommendation
> I use oXygen - it does have a bit of a learning curve and might not
> endear itself to you instantly, but once setup correctly it has some
> great features that a non-XSLT editor just couldn't give you and I
> wouldn't be without now: simple things like correctly highlighting
> errors for compiled stylesheet modules, and jumping around template and
> variable references and declarations, and of course debugging which is
> essential (especially if you graduated from the school of
> xsl:message debugging :) It does a lot more than just XSLT though,
> which can be a pro or a con depending on your perspective.
> I can happily recommend it, but sadly it's not free. The academic
> version is pretty reasonable though.
> Andrew Welch
> Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/