[oXygen-sdk] [Ann] Oxygen XML Editor 17.0 beta - build 2015041612

Oxygen XML Editor Support (Adrian Buza)
Thu Apr 16 10:59:03 CDT 2015


Hello Martin,

The TEI P5 framework has not been removed in v17.
I've checked, but I don't see anything missing from the TEI P5 framework 
of v17.0 (Linux 64-bit or otherwise) when compared with the one from v16.1.
I must also mention that the TEI schemas and stylesheets have not 
actually been updated (yet) in v17.0, so they are still the same as in 
v16.1. We are planning to update them with the latest stable versions by 
the time v17.0 is released.

Please check if you are using the frameworks folder from Oxygen in 
Options > Preferences, "Document Type Association" > Locations. Set the 
frameworks location to "Default" to use the default "Oxygen/frameworks" 
folder.
Also check in the "Document Type Association" if "TEI P5" (Storage: 
External) is enabled. If you have installed the TEI add-on in the 
previous version and disabled the default TEI P5, it probably remained 
disabled in the new version (the options are imported from the older 
version).

If that's not the problem, please check in your Oxygen/frameworks/tei 
folder. There should be three framework files there:
- teip4.framework
- teip5.framework
- teip5odd.framework

Please let me know if the problem persists.

Regards,
Adrian

Adrian Buza
oXygen XML Editor and Author Support

Tel: +1-650-352-1250 ext.2020
Fax: +40-251-461482

http://www.oxygenxml.com


On 16.04.2015 18:19, Martin Holmes wrote:
> To clarify: using the tarball "all", P5 is there, but using the Linux 
> 64-bit .sh distro, without importing any existing add-ons, there's no 
> P5; only the deprecated P4 stuff is there.
>
> Cheers,
> Martin
>
> On 15-04-16 08:16 AM, Martin Holmes wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> The TEI P5 framework seems to have been removed from the beta. What's
>> happening there?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Martin
>>
>> On 15-04-16 06:34 AM, Oxygen XML Editor Support (Adrian Buza) wrote:
>>> Dear oXygen users,
>>>
>>> We are happy to announce that version 17.0 of oXygen XML Editor is 
>>> close
>>> to being released.
>>> We have decided to offer a new beta build (2015041612) prior to the
>>> final release to give you the opportunity to send us your feedback on
>>> the new features.
>>>
>>> Below, please see information about:
>>> * Downloading - oXygen 17.0 beta downloading links and notes
>>> * Licensing - a trial license key for testing
>>> * What's new - a summary of the most important new features in version
>>> 17.0
>>>
>>>
>>> = Downloading =
>>> Windows 64-bit:
>>> http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/Windows64/oxygen-64bit.exe
>>> Windows 32-bit: http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/Windows/oxygen.exe
>>> OS X/Java SE 6: http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/MacOSX/oxygen.zip
>>> Linux 64-bit: http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/Linux64/oxygen-64bit.sh
>>> Linux/All Platforms: http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/All/oxygen.tar.gz
>>> Eclipse/ZIP:
>>> http://www.oxygenxml.com/beta17/Eclipse/com.oxygenxml.editor_17.0.0.v2015041612.zip 
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Important Notes:
>>> - This build is meant for testing purposes only. Do not use it for
>>> production work.
>>> - You should install this beta version in a different directory than
>>> your current Oxygen installation. For Windows, we also recommend that
>>> you disable file associations during the installation to preserve your
>>> current Oxygen file associations with the various XML file types.
>>> - The OS X .zip distribution requires Java SE 6 from Apple, which is
>>> available here: http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572
>>> - For 32-bit Linux you have to use the "All Platforms" distribution and
>>> you also need to have installed either OpenJDK 7
>>> (http://openjdk.java.net/install/) or Java SE 8 JRE/JDK from Oracle
>>> (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html)
>>> - The "All Platforms" (.tar.gz) distribution includes launchers for Mac
>>> (Oxygen XML Editor.app or oxygenMac.sh), Linux (oxygen.sh), and Windows
>>> (oxygen.bat).
>>> - All feedback is welcome.
>>>
>>>
>>> = Licensing =
>>> If you already have a license key for Oxygen XML Editor with an active
>>> SMP, it will also work for this beta version. If you don't have one, a
>>> registration dialog box will open and you can use the following 30-day
>>> trial license key:
>>>
>>>
>>> ------START-LICENSE-KEY------
>>>
>>> Registration_Name=oXygen XML v17 Beta
>>>
>>> Company=
>>>
>>> Category=Enterprise
>>>
>>> Component=XML-Editor, XSLT-Debugger, Saxon-SA
>>>
>>> Version=17
>>>
>>> Number_of_Licenses=1
>>>
>>> Date=03-30-2015
>>>
>>> Trial=31
>>>
>>> SGN=MCwCFADtFJ2DUmrsYwVq4sDUfqegwtpdAhRZLID8yK5+0R+UxlPRnLQ9fxCMFQ\=\=
>>>
>>> -------END-LICENSE-KEY-------
>>>
>>>
>>> = What's new in Oxygen XML Editor 17.0 =
>>> XML Quick Fixes:
>>>   * Quick Fixes for Relax NG Errors
>>>   * Schematron Quick Fixes
>>>
>>> XML Refactoring:
>>>   * XML Refactoring Tool
>>>
>>> Visual XML Editing:
>>>   * LESS Support in the Author Mode
>>>   * Change the Tag Display Font
>>>   * Actions to Insert Multiple Rows or Columns
>>>   * The fileFilter Property is Available for URLChooser Form Control
>>>   * Bold, Italic, and Underline Actions Support Multiple Selections
>>>
>>> Interface:
>>>   * Customizable Toolbars
>>>   * Color Themes
>>>   * Improved HiDPI and Retina Support
>>>   * Online Help Option
>>>
>>> DITA Support:
>>>   * Search for Orphaned Resources Not Referenced in DITA Maps
>>>   * Insert Image Reference Wizard
>>>   * Validation Warning for References to Missing Topics and Images
>>>   * Publish DITA Maps to Web Presentations
>>>   * Auto-Detect Transformation Types and Parameters for Newly Installed
>>> DITA OT Plugins
>>>   * CSS Improvements
>>>   * DITA Map CSS Can Render Subject Scheme Map Elements
>>>   * Support for DITA OT 2.0
>>>   * Check for Duplicate Topic IDs in a DITA Map
>>>
>>> WebHelp:
>>>   * WebHelp Output Embeddable in iframe Element
>>>   * WebHelp Context-Sensitive Help System
>>>   * WebHelp System Supports LDAP Authentication
>>>   * WebHelp System Supports Right-to-Left (RTL) Oriented Languages
>>>   * Search Engine Optimization for WebHelp Output
>>>
>>> CSS:
>>>   * CSS Inspector View
>>>   * Support for Selecting/Combining Multiple CSS Styles in Author Mode
>>>   * Support for editing LESS Stylesheets
>>>   * Code Templates Included in the Content Completion List for Form
>>> Control Functions
>>>   * New HTML Content Form Control
>>>   * Define Actions for Button and Button Group Form Controls 
>>> Directly in
>>> the CSS
>>>   * Additional Properties Supported for the oxygen Media Type
>>>   * The min-width and max-width Properties Supported for the CSS @media
>>> Rule
>>>   * The font-family Property is Fully Supported
>>>   * Support for position Property
>>>   * Support for min-height Property
>>>   * Support for letter-spacing Property
>>>   * oxy_url Function with Editor Variables
>>>
>>> SVN Client:
>>>   * Improvements to the Create Patch and Export Actions
>>>   * Action to Display Additional Information About Versioned Items
>>>   * Additional Improvements and Bug Fixes
>>>
>>> API:
>>>   * Intercept List of Actions Provided by a Callout
>>>   * Tree Component for Consistent Look and Feel
>>>   * Customize Author Menu [Eclipse]
>>>   * Customize Text/Author Contextual Menus [Eclipse]
>>>   * Customize the Toolbars in the DITA Maps Manager [Eclipse]
>>>   * Add Custom Browse Actions to Input Dialogs [Eclipse]
>>>   * API for Customizing the Author Toolbar [Eclipse]
>>>   * API for Providing Editor Adapters [Eclipse]
>>>   * Plugin Extension to Specify Location of Custom Refactoring 
>>> Operations
>>>   * Styles Filter Extension Point [Eclipse]
>>>   * ExtensionsBundle Extension Point [Eclipse]
>>>   * Provide Text for a DITA Link [Eclipse]
>>>   * Expand/Collapse Foldable Elements in Author Mode
>>>   * Customize Drop-Down Buttons on a Toolbar [Eclipse]
>>>   * Easier Way to Provide Documentation for Elements
>>>   * Filter Errors Presented to the End User
>>>   * Choose the Custom CSS to be Included in the Styles Drop-down List
>>>   * Support for Composite Toolbars
>>>   * API to Find Tracked Attribute Changes
>>>   * Obtain a Reader Object of a URL
>>>
>>> Other:
>>>   * Support for Configuring Proposals in the Content Completion 
>>> Assistant
>>>   * Ready for MarkLogic 8
>>>   * Automatic Escaping of Characters that Exceed the XML Encoding
>>>   * Option to Lock Local Resources
>>>   * Support for the JATS Document Type
>>>   * Support for XLIFF 1.2 and 2.0 Documents
>>>   * Compare Files Tool Includes Support for XML Fragment Comparison
>>>   * Deprecated Support for Documentum CMS
>>>   * Define Shortcut Keys for Code Templates
>>>
>>> Component Updates:
>>>   * Apache HTTP Client 4.3.5
>>>   * Calabash 1.0.25
>>>   * eXist DB 2.2
>>>   * JSch 0.1.51
>>>   * Eclipse 4.5
>>>
>>> Please let us know if you encounter any problems with this build. 
>>> Again,
>>> all feedback is welcome.
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>> Adrian
>>>
>>>
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