RE: Free XSL editors
Hi Marcelo, I'm new to XSLT and I love Michael Kay's recommendation of J-Edit (from his book). www.jedit.org You will also want to download Michael's Saxon XSLT 2.0 parser (which is free if you don't need the Schema-aware processor. Otherwise he has a schema-aware XSLT 2 parser but for a fee.) Make sure you download the console and XML plugins (at least). I know XML Spy has a "home edition" that is free but frankly J-Edit has more features, its open-sourced and easy to use. So I prefer J-Edit. Good luck, Jim Neff -----Original Message----- From: Marcelo [mailto:marcelochyna@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Tuesday, December 14, 2004 7:49 AM To: xsl-list Subject: Free XSL editors Hi! Could any body tell me where I can find a good XSL editor? I could only find trial ones. Thanks. Marcelo. __________________________________________________ Converse com seus amigos em tempo real com o Yahoo! Messenger http://br.download.yahoo.com/messenger/
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