Re: xml editors
Sjoerd Visscher wrote: > > You are exactly describing what Xopus does. (http://xopus.com) > Although the other suggested editors will work, Xopus is the *only* > editor that lets you use your existing publishing xslts for wysiwyg > editing. How is this possible? What if your transformation is lossy or adds things?-- How do you know what to roundtrip? Can you have multiple content pieces on a page? How do you know where content pieces are as opposed to page structure? I think it is very wrong to have an XML editor edit an instance document based on the result of transforming that instance document. Or perhaps roundtripping rules needs to be setup for each transformation??? Or perhaps the transformations have to be done in a certain way?? -Rob > Other editors use the limited possibilities of CSS or require > you to create a proprietary transformation for wysiwyg editing. >
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