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oXygen XML Editor 7.0

January 13, 2006

Validation

Continuous Validation   [read more...]

oXygen can be configured to continuously report validation errors in an edited document as you modify it. By selecting the Enable automatic validation option, validation errors will automatically be displayed as you type, after a configurable delay.

Error Markers and Overview Ruler   [read more...]

The location of errors, including those that are generated by continuous validation, are marked in-place with an underline. The error locations are also marked in red on the right side of the editing view, in an overview ruler that allows you to quickly navigate between the errors.

Multiple External Validation Engines   [read more...]

oXygen has built-in support for various external validation engines, including Xerces, LIBXML, XSV, Saxon SA, MSXML4.0, MSXML .NET and SQC.

Support for CSS Validation   [read more...]

Various CSS profiles are supported (CSS2, CSS3, etc.), as well as various media types (for instance, 'Braille' or 'screen'). You can also choose the verbosity level of the validation warnings.

The validation results are descriptive and in accordance with the W3C specifications. Along with the automatic validation feature, spotting and fixing errors in the oXygen CSS editor is a simple task.

XPath

XPath Execution in the Context of the Current Element   [read more...]

The XPath expressions are evaluated from the context of the current element, thus relative expressions can be evaluated in various contexts.

XSLT

XQuery

XQuery Debugging Perspective   [read more...]

Save time when developing complicated XQuery expressions by using the oXygen XQuery debugger. oXygen can debug and profile expressions run over MarkLogic or Berkeley XML databases, or using the Saxon EE processors.

XQuery Profiler   [read more...]

You can profile your XQuery queries to identify the performance issues by using two comprehensive data views of the activated templates: an Invocation Tree view and a Hotspots view. The profiling information can be saved to XML or HTML formats.

Profiling is available only for the Saxon XQuery processor that is bundled with oXygen.

Schema Editors

Content Completion Assistant

Support for Showing Recent Content Items   [read more...]

The proposals that have previously been used are promoted at the top of the content completion list, thus allowing for efficient re-use. For example, when editing an XSLT stylesheet, you use a small fraction from the entire set of XSLT and HTML elements. By sorting the recently used proposals to appear at the top of the list, it makes it easier to find them the next time you want to use them.

Improved CSS Content Completion Assistance   [read more...]

The Content Completion Assistant provides property values associated with the property name. All the property names are annotated with descriptions from the CSS specification.

GUI

Dockable Editors   [read more...]

Not only can the views be moved around the interface but the editors can also be arranged inside the overall editing area.

Additionally, each editor can be split horizontally or vertically. Splitting an editor allows you to easily copy or move text and markup between two sections of the same document.

Other

Image Preview View   [read more...]

Images can be viewed in an image preview panel. It supports GIF, JPG, PNG, BMP and SVG images.

Information View   [read more...]

The Information view shows messages for what happens behind the scenes (for instance, when a validation is performed, it informs you of what file was validated and the schema it was validated against).

Properties View   [read more...]

The Properties view shows information about the current editor (file name, encoding, number of characters, indent size, etc.)