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Re: [xml-dev] XML tools

For data integration, XQuery support, defining pipelines, writing 
schemas, or debugging XSLT stylesheets, I really like Stylus Studio. I 
do work for the company that produces this, fair disclosure, but I 
really think this is the best XML tool for programmers working with XML.

For writing documents, I agree with the people who like <oXygen/>, which 
I frequently use for writing articles and specifications.

If you need a WYSIWYG editing environment, I still like my old copy of 
XMeTaL, though I have no idea who owns it at this point or whether 
anybody is doing new work on it. <oXygen/> does not give me that nice 
WYSIWYG feature. Anyone know what's up wiht XMeTaL these days? Are there 
any new editors that do the same job better?

I have not used the Serna product someone mentioned. I'm downloading it 
now ...


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