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Subject: Re: [docbook] Re: XML Editors SOMETHING ELSE I FORGOT!
You do not see the entire tree in TagBar because the default level of recursion in TagBar's Tree Layout is set to 16. This level can be changed: * On the Tools menu, select Options * In the left pane of the Options dialogue box, select Tools * Under the option "TagBar mode", change the level of recursion under "Tree layout with up to XX levels". Please be aware that increasing the level of recursion may result in an "out of memory" error. Loosely structured or recursive DTD/Schemas such as the DocBook DTD contain a large number of nodes. That is, elements contain dozens of other elements which in turn contain dozens of other elements, and so on. TagBar's Tree Layout is not designed to load files that contain excessive levels of recursion."Jeff
I just want to be fair and accurate.
20030501095812.A27027@sco.com">It is usable. I've been through this with them regarding this problem. The complexity of the DocBook DTD (it is recursive) causes it to display this way. I don't use the tagbar, I just type in the tags. It properly validates the structure and will produce the correct output of an XSL stylesheet.On Thu, May 01, 2003 at 09:33:15AM -0500, Jeff Biss wrote:I hate to keep harping about it but XMLWriter is a fine tool and well
worth the approximately $50 it costs. It is a text based editor but
makes it obvious when you are not using a DTD's elements properly.
XMLWriter doesn't seem to be usable with DocBook 4.2.
I just downloaded XMLWriter 2.12 demo and tried to use
it with DocBook. It took several *minutes* to load the
DocBook DTD into the TagBar. And after it did, the TagBar
and the popup Entry Helper don't show all the allowable
DocBook elements for a given context.
I'm using Windows XP, 1.2 Ghz, 256 MB machine.
I've got the latest MSXML 4.0 as it recommends.
You must find it is more usable than my experience, so
I'm wondering what's different with your setup or usage.