RE: Is "Hand Authoring" XML still a critical use case ?
> Any XML editor worth its salt, e.g. Oxygen, will provide the same > level of comfort for any XML vocabulary, including you shopping list, > for which you provide a DTD or schema. Sure, but I counted this it in the "hand-writing" category. It is just a convenience feature. How many programmers who use auto completion in their Java/C/... IDEs would say they are not writing the code by hand? Regards, Vojtech -- Vojtech Toman Consultant Software Engineer EMC | Information Intelligence Group email@example.com http://developer.emc.com/xmltech > On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 4:56 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > If you ignore the more popular XML formats/languages (DocBook, DITA, > > ODF, XHTML, SVG, XSLT, XML Schema, etc.), for which there is good > > support in the XML editors and/or various visual tools, there is still a broad > > category of formats where you don't have such level of comfort. Be it your > > own custom "shopping list" vocabulary, or a just-released specification for > > which no authoring tools exist yet, or a specification that only you and maybe > > two other people in the world use. To me, it is one of the greatest values of > > XML that even in these situations, you can always open a text editor and > > create/edit the documents by hand.
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