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   RE: Editors for poorl formed XML

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  • From: Frank Richards <frichards@softquad.com>
  • To: xml-dev <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
  • Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 12:54:17 -0500

I'm not clear here? Do you want a filter or an editor?

If you want an editor, I know of two possibilities:

Commercial, SoftQuad XMetaL (I work for SoftQuad. Send Money)

Open Source, Lisp, GNU Emacs with PSGML.

<shameless plug>Xmetal is the first commercial product that I use instead of
Emacs. If you're paying market rates to your staff, paying for Xmetal rather
than climbing the Emacs learning curve could be good economics.</shameless


-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Lewis [mailto:smlewis@lordjoe.com]
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 12:16 PM
To: xml-dev
Subject: Editors for poorl formed XML

There are a large number of open source editors for WELL FORMED XML. We 
have a project where, at least in version 1, human beings will be writing 
in XML and frequently will generate poorly formed XML .
   Does anyone know of tools to help a human transform poorly formed XML 
into well formed XML - perferably open source and Java based????
LordJoe - Java Training and Consulting


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