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   Re: [xml-dev] XML IDE: What are the top 3 and why?

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I am a NTEmacs user also. I have used Emacs + PSGML + ONSGMLS (as per
Markus H. setup- see:
for several years.

I love this setup and have used it heavily for sgml and xml
documents. However, it only accomodates DTDs and not Schemas so it is not
as useful for my more recent projects. I am hoping that some  good-hearted
and skilled person will provide for us all an Emacs xml-mode that
groks Schemas.

Morgan Cundiff
Library of Congress

On Tue, 23 Jul 2002, Tim Bray wrote:

> Don Box wrote:
> > I and most of my friends use Emacs. The NT version has been pretty
> > stable for at least a year
> Er, many years.  Also, Windows emacs is better than *n*x emacs because 
> there is *no confusion* over which keys are backspace/delete, and no 
> escape sequences, and the names for F-keys and so on never change.  I 
> haven't changed my .emacs on windows for years and years, and I have to 
> fiddle with it on linux/unix systems whenever I change terminal 
> emulators or versions or look away from the screen too long.  (Oooh, I'm 
> gonna get flamed).
> >, and the built-in SGML mode has proven more
> > than functional (for me at least). 
> And if you don't like it you can write your own; lots of us have. -Tim
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