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--- Tom Gaven <Tom.Gaven@exostar.com> a écrit : > Hi
> Does your editor show a text view?
No, it shows only a tree view.
> I'm working
> on an xml editor as
> well, it primarily has text view support. I'm
> wondering how you are using
> RELAX NG to guide editing??
If your question is about functional use, I think that
trying the tool will give you the answer.
If your question is about technical realisation, I'm
afraid you have to go into sources :
> I'll have to download your editor and give it a
> Thanks, Tom
> -----Original Message-----
> From: didier demany [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 2:33 PM
> To: xml-dev
> Subject: [xml-dev] [ANN] xmloperator 3.0
> I am pleased to announce the release 3.0 of the open
> source XML editor . This release has capability
> editing large documents, which cannot stay entirely
> memory space.
> This capability is based on an intermediary document
> storage format, which has been called "BRXI/0" for
> "Binary format for Randomly accessed XML Infoset,
> variant zero".
> This binary format has the following
> - Standalone. No DOCTYPE.
> - Encoding UTF-16BE.
> - Each Node is streamed with its length in order to
> be easily skiped.
> - Namespace unaware.
> As the tool is based on DOM, the release contains a
> BRXI DOM implementation. This implementation is
> limited to just what the tool uses, which is about
> of DOM level 1 and 10% of DOM level 2. It is thread
> safe, as required by the GUI.
> Usual features of the tool, such as RELAX NG schema
> driven editing, are maintained.
> Didier Demany
>  http://www.xmloperator.net/
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