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Re: [xml-dev] XML tools

George Cristian Bina wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> Sorry to barge in but I do not want to have a perception of oXygen as 
> a tool for non-developers, oXygen has a lot of development features 
> for all XSLT, XQuery and schemas: support for all XSLT processors, 
> editing, debugging and profiling for XSLT 1.0, 2.0 and XQuery - on the 
> XQuery side we added support for a lot of XML Databases and this will 
> be improved in the upcoming oXygen release - and more, oXygen provides 
> the best coverage for schemas, covering not only XML Schema but also 
> Relax NG, Schematron, NRL (and in the upcoming release also NVDL), 
> Schematron embedded in XML Schema and in Relax NG schemas.

Hi George,

I did not mean to imply that oXygen does not have these features. 
Personally, I do prefer Stylus for most data integration, debugging, 
pipelines, and related tasks. I tend to use Emacs or oXygen for 
document-oriented work, and Stylus for data munging.


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