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   Re: [xml-dev] XML IDE on Linux

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> I am looking for a good XML IDE on Linux, which can support editing XML
> Schema and some other existing XML standards, like WML, VoiceXML, and so
> on. I am pretty familiar with XML Spy, which is based on MS Windows. I'd
> like to find any tools like it, which can provide multi-views for XML
> documents, especially for XML Schema. The free software is highly
> prefered.
> Any recommendations?

You can try <oXygen/>. You can edit XML, XSL, XML Schema and DTD documents.
The code insight will provide the valid elements that can be inserted at any
point, the attributes and the possible attribute values (for enumeration and
default). For schema based XML documents the code insight knows also
xsi:type and will provide the actual type content. You can organize your
work in projects, apply transformations (XSLT and FOP) and more.
It works also on Solaris, Windows and Mac OSX. It is free for evaluation [1]
and it can be also accessed online [2].

[1] http://www.oxygenxml.com/download.html
[2] http://www.oxygenxml.com/javawebstart.html

All the best,
George Cristian Bina mailto:george@sync.ro
COO - sync.ro
Phone  +40-(0)251-461480, +40-(0)251-461481
Fax       +40-(0)251-461482
Mobile +40-(0)723-224067
SyncRO Soft srl, Bd N. Titulescu 170, Craiova, 1100 - Romania
<oXygen/> XML Editor - http://www.oxygenxml.com/


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