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  • From: Baudoncq Gert <Gert.Baudoncq@zeno.be>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 17:08:47 +0100

Title: RE: XML Editor recommendation?


With Arbortexts Print Composer you can also use XSL to creat stylesheets. I suppose that their web/wireless composer has the same functionality.



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-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Pollington, Lee (ELSLON) [mailto:lee.pollington@biomednet.com]
Verzonden: woensdag 22 november 2000 16:02
Aan: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
Onderwerp: RE: XML Editor recommendation?

I am intending to role out Arbortext Epic LE to a group of journalists and
editors. It's cheap and simple, but the interface is still quite intuitive:
tab to the next element, return gives a context menu of tags that can be
used in that context.

The only problem I have with any of these editors is that none of them
support XSLT or even standard CSS for the styling, some have preview modes;
I'm thinking of XMetal, but I believe you are tied into MSXML then (urgh).
Epic uses FOSI for styling.


 -----Original Message-----
 From: Rob Lugt [mailto:roblugt@elcel.com]
 Sent: 22 November 2000 10:52
 To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
 Subject: XML Editor recommendation?
 Dear all,
 We have a client which is a small group of journalists wishing
 to create XML
 content.  They are not used to using mark-up languages and
 they currently
 use MS Word for their documents.  They need a user-friendly editor that
 takes the hard work our of creating XML files.
 The editor doesn't have to be free, but it does have to be aimed at the
 general population (not programmers!).
 Something like MS XMLNotepad doesn't cut it.
 I'm sure some of you will have been in a similar situation. 
 If so, would
 you mind sharing your recommendation?
 Rob Lugt
 ElCel Technology


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