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Yes. Google probably uses most visited and most
linked to. It may also sell positions. That exchange
is satirical, not technical.
The best way to determine the quality of a
tool is to use it in accordance with your requirements.
Typically, I get best results by combining several
tools and comparing. When building XML Schemas,
I found Spy to be good for large schemas, for the ODBC
interface, and access to the datatypes. I found I also
needed tools like Topologi for quick and accurate
validation of the XML Schema. I don't particularly
like grid editing interfaces but I don't have an
From: Handoko [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
search: good+xml+tools also gave the same result.
So, that results just point something about xml tool.