[Trilug-ontopic] Free text editor with good XML support?
Brian.Henning at datadirect.com
Wed Aug 29 17:16:55 EDT 2007
If you're a KDE user, I highly recommend Kate. Kate knows lots of languages to highlight, including XML and xslt. Of course Kate may not have any really fancy IDE-like abilities, but it highlights really well. :-D
From: trilug-ontopic-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-ontopic-bounces at trilug.org] On Behalf Of Douglas A. Whitfield
Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2007 3:56 PM
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Subject: Re: [Trilug-ontopic] Free text editor with good XML support?
Looks like the answer is no, but I'll second jedit being ugly.
On 8/25/07, Cristóbal Palmer <cristobalpalmer at gmail.com > wrote:
I'm looking at this:
and feeling guilty for even doing so. It's not Free in any way, shape
or form. The deal is that I've seen this editor in action, and if you
have to work with XML, it's pretty sweet. I've been using nxml-mode in
emacs, and it's decent, but doesn't come anywhere close to, for
with the XML plugin. It will do word completion like OO.org does,
shows you where your matching tag is intuitively... but in many ways
jedit is clunky and ugly. If nxml-mode just had the dynamic
highlighting to show matching tags and the tag completion...
I guess my question is: are people using something sweet and open
source to edit XML? Lemme know...
Cristóbal M. Palmer
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