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Oh, that is what I need, it is great!
Even if it is implemented by Java, it works very fast
when I browse a large XML file (that is much faster than
the internet explorer).
From: "Edwin Dankert" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] A question about XML browsers/editors
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 14:13:54 -0000
>> Are there some such XML browser/editor that searches
>> all paths to a specified element and expands only those
>> paths while keeping other subtrees fold?
>The newly released version '0.9' of the open source eXchaNGeR
>XML-Browser/Editor, should have the functionality you described...
>The XML Viewer part of the application allows you to specify a XPath
>expression on the toolbar like, "//title/", this results in the following
><bib> <!-- expand -->
> <book> <!-- expand -->
> <title>...</title> <!-- expand + selected -->
> +<publisher> <!-- fold -->
> +<article> <!-- fold -->
>To bring up the XML Viewer, select the "Details" menu-item for a document.
>Please let me know if there are any problems,