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Subject: FW: JAXE (Very neat xml editor...)

XDI TC members:


I'm forwarding this message from another OASIS chair about a Java-based XML editor that he's quite fond of. This could be very handy for editing XML source files (which I think we'll be doing a lot of), and possibly even for editing specs using the DocBook template.


Prospective editors, you might want to check it out and send a note back to the list with your reactions.




-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew MacKenzie [mailto:mattm@adobe.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2004 4:37 PM
To: ebxml-msg@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: Chairs OASIS
Subject: [chairs] JAXE (Very neat xml editor...)


Hello everyone,

I ran into this open source XML editor at http://jaxe.sourceforge.net. It is totally configured from a schema and a special XML file that defines the menus and popups for filling in attributes and such. It is written in Java, so it is platform independent, its pretty fast, and the source for the product is easy to work with (if you know french....).

I've cc'ed ebxml-msg and chairs. ebxml-msg: I'm considering ditching word/openoffice again :-)

Chairs: re: the document management discussions. It would be possible to embed this tool within a web browser, or deploy it on demand via JNLP (Java WebStart). It ships with the default DocBook XSL, but the OASIS template could easily be added. This could be used to do halfway intelligent editing on specifications, FAQ pages, issue lists, ...

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