Re: WYSIWYG XSL Editors
Wendell Piez schrieb: > > Text editors are a good example of software dependencies work as > "adaptive peaks". Once you get familiar with one, it takes effort to > retool yourself. The e-macs peak is very high, but a bit steep. > Sitting where I am, I can see it over there, but I'd have to go down > before I could climb up again. I, too, use TextPad whenever I don't want to look up my emacs shortscuts... I tend to forget them - maybe I should code more often... > On the other hand, I've talked to students that have complained about > using vi command-key sequences in their sleep. vi's the fourth editor I use, always when I just have to make some simple changes. The third editor is Uli Meybohm's HTML-Editor (obviously only for my HTML pages for which it is perfect), you can find it at http://www.meybohm.de/htmledit/ (there should be an english user interface, too). > As for UltraEdit, Textpad, PFE, I haven't seen anything that has > convinced me that one is significantly better than another. (Doesn't > mean others haven't.) It's just what you know, you know. That's much like my approach: I use different editors for different tasks. I prefer to use the (in my personal opinion) best tool for a given task. Of course that means I have to install much software (happily I own some really *big* hard drives ;-) ) and try them out to find a good one, but I've always enjoyed testing new software (and of course alter it to make it fit my expectations. So I really like open source or really flexible software). Best regards, Martin Stricker XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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