[oXygen-user] Making the XInclude switch more accessible

George Cristian Bina
Fri Sep 24 15:27:40 CDT 2010

Hi Wendell,

I will explore the possibility to implement this through an workspace 
access plugin.

Best Regards,
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger

On 9/24/10 11:21 PM, Wendell Piez wrote:
> Hi again,
> As long as Syd is on the case, don't forget it would also need a
> keyboard binding, actual or settable.
> (Syd knows that whenever I write "button" he is to resolve the entity
> reference.)
> FWIW, as far as the functionality is concerned, I'm in the habit of
> simply commenting out any XInclude references I don't want. But I
> have at least one client who doesn't want to require their users to
> do this (for understandable reasons) -- and who says the global
> switch would be very nice.
> Cheers,
> Wendell
> At 08:49 PM 9/23/2010, Syd wrote:
>> Hear, hear!
>>> As you know I've been using XInclude more intensively for a couple
>>> of projects. I'm grateful for oXygen's settings, including the
>>> setting to switch XInclude on and off per project.
>>> However, sometimes one wants to turn it on or off even more
>>> readily, for example before running a transformation or Schematron
>>> validation. Since the settings are fairly deep in the XML/XML
>>> Parser pane of Options/Preferences, this is a bit hard to do (and
>>> to instruct others to do).
>>> What would be great would be buttons to control this, and/or menu
>>> options, available at the top level. Maybe those are already there
>>> and I just haven't found them?
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