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Subject: Re: AW: [docbook-apps] XInclude aware authoring tool

Sebastian Fey wrote:

>>AFAIK Professional version of XMLmind XML Editor works with XIncludes. 
>>You can see XIncluded parts as if they were present in the document. 
>>They are read only, but by pressing button you can get new window with 
>>contents of the XIncluded part to edit.
> thats a nice behaviour, but we cant use XMLMind. (cant handle CDATA)
> do other wysiwyg-tools behave in a similar way?

I know that XMetaL preserves CDATA.

> ok, i see.
> you really dont need to see the document as a whole in a text-editor -
> thats just useless.
> but id like the editor to check all included files for validity.
> imagine you get a document from an author. its built up of about 20
> parts. 
> youve got to open each of the files to check them. 
> would be nice to be able to just open the wrapper document and let the
> editor do the work.

Both Emacs and jEdit will validate whole document if you invoke check on 
"main" document.

> another nice feature would be the possibility to open a referenzed file
> in a new window.

For Emacs you can use DocToc -- 

   Jirka Kosek  	
   e-mail: jirka@kosek.cz

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