Re: ConciseXML arguments
Doug Ransom scripsit: > Most XML editors I have played with have been really annoying -- > editing in some tree/grid type user interface is just not convenient, > and its too hard to make the start and end tags match. The auto-insert > of close tag features some text editors have is much less practical than > closing an S expression or removing a level of indentdation. Have you tried Henry S. Thompson's XED editor? It gives you a textual view of the XML, forces well-formedness at all times, and has intelligent expansion so that you don't have to type tags in full. I find it a blast for entering XML from scratch. One irritating limitation is that you can't edit an existing not-WF document, however; you have to use a conventional editor to fix the WF errors. http://www.ltg.ed.ac.uk/~ht/xed.html -- You are a child of the universe no less John Cowan than the trees and all other acyclic http://www.reutershealth.com graphs; you have a right to be here. http://www.ccil.org/~cowan --DeXiderata by Sean McGrath jcowan@r...
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