Working with Projects

A project in Stylus Studio is a group of files related to a given XML application. A project might include XML, XML Schema, and XQuery files, as well as OASIS catalogs, for example. A project can contain subprojects, and subprojects can contain subprojects. The Stylus Studio project framework allows you to name projects (project files are saved with a .prj extension), and it provides several tools for managing the projects you create.

Projects are simply a convenience for organizing files - a file does not have to belong to a project in order for you to edit it in Stylus Studio. For example, Stylus Studio includes all sample application files in the examples project. You can find the examples.prj file in the examples directory of your Stylus Studio installation directory.

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