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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Newbie: Which validating parser for XML DocBook?
On Thu, 2001-10-25 at 21:29, Brendan Boyle wrote: > Try Xmlmind xml editor. > > http://www.xmlmind.com > > Its a very good WYSIWYG xml editor with inbuilt support for Docbook. > The current version is a free Java download and runs on pretty much > anything. It is a beta product but I've foudn it stable enough for > everyday use. I was playing around with it just the other day, and didn't find it to be terribly valuable for the way that I write documents. Specifically, it lacks the ability to view the "non-stylesheet" and the "stylesheet" versions of the document simultaneously. If it had that, it would be a viable editor for us. It's also VERY slow, at least on my system. Greg
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