[oXygen-user] Oxygen for creating Drupal content?
george at oxygenxml.com
Sat Apr 20 17:23:30 CDT 2013
Hi Tony and James,
I was in touch with Kristof Van Tomme - kristof at pronovix.com - you
can contact him also directly at this address.
He mentioned that this module might be a good starting point:
He was also asking about what D6 functionality from Drupal 6 you were
referring to, that is changes in Drupal 7?
He also mentioned that his company can help if someone wants to sponsor
the development of an Oxygen module for Drupal.
You may contact him also directly if you want to follow up on this.
George Cristian Bina
<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
On 4/16/13 3:40 AM, George Cristian Bina wrote:
> Hi Toni, James,
> I am in Providence, RI for the DITA North America conference and there
> is someone here that works with Drupal trying to use it for DITA. I will
> get in touch with him today about the XML support in Drupal 7 and I will
> let you know if he has some hints on that.
> Best Regards,
> George Cristian Bina
> <oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
> On 4/15/13 3:09 PM, James Cummings wrote:
>> Hi Tony,
>> We've often used oXygen to create content later imported into
>> drupal (using Feeds module), but never using the JWS/applet
>> version as a replacement for the editor. I know of a project
>> where this could potentially be useful, and so would also be
>> interested in hearing of anyone who had done this.
>> I realise that is just a longer version of a 'me too'.
>> On 15/04/13 09:51, Tony Graham wrote:
>>> I'm curious whether anybody has any experience in using Oxygen (either
>>> with Java Web Start or as an applet) for creating XML content --
>>> 'entities' in Drupal-speak -- to be managed by a Drupal 7 CMS?
>>> Creating a locked-down Oxygen JWS  or applet  distribution with a
>>> single framework and any required extra jars seems simple enough, but
>>> getting Drupal to handle XML as XML doesn't seem to be as well
>>> for Drupal 7 as it was for Drupal 6 , and getting content in and
>>> out of
>>> Drupal seems to only be well defined for its native node types. As
>>> I have no great expectation that it can be done but would be
>>> interested to
>>> hear if anyone has managed it.
>>> Tony Graham tgraham at mentea.net
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