From: Dan Kohn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 09:04:33 PDT
I'm trying to edit an Internet-Draft using the RFC 2629 DTD
<http://www.normos.org/ietf/rfc/rfc2629.txt> and am !@#$%^&* at the pathetic
state of the (free) tools. XML Spy 3.0b2 can edit in text mode, but the
table view drag and drop is completely buggy, and the interface is
non-intuitive for non database applications. HTML-Kit has a plug-in MSXML
validator but no WYSIWYG or table/tree mode for prompting. XML Notepad is a
Can you recommend an XML editor that has (preferably) 3 modes: source,
table/tree, and something close to fill-in-the-form WYSIWYG? XMetaL seems
like the best bet from <http://www.xmlsoftware.com/editors/>, but I wanted
to check before shelling out $150.
Also, is anyone working on XSL for the rfc2629.dtd? It seems like the
perfect application for XSL.
-- Daniel Kohn <mailto:email@example.com> tel:+1-425-602-6222 fax:+1-425-602-6223 http://www.dankohn.com
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