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EditiX - Professional XML Editor and XSLT Debugger

from JAPISoft

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Dariusz Roczniak Very useful XML editor with a graphical xforms editor.
Mar 31 2010 at 1:54am
S B I have been looking for something like this.

It looks *very* useful.
Mar 31 2010 at 7:27pm
Colin McAllister I would like to see the "education license" extend to those of use who would just like to play around with XSLT and XML to try to bring order to multitudes of documents amassed on many pcs over decades.

I have PDFs and Docs (of various abilities - e.g. some seachable, some not, some with keywords, some not), Docx, Epubs, XML, HTML 4 and 5, and there's lots of duplication in there within those files. It's really begging out for searching for the diamonds in that rough.

Today, most files can easily be converted to XML. XSLT and XPath could do the searching and can compress three (or more) semi-useful docs into one really important one, but the cost of editors,,,phew! Even the books I've bought have been pricey, but they can contain errors and if an error catches me out I can't always see how to fix it, but most editors will say "Line 173 need X not Y" and that's really helpful.

I could swing $39, but would never be able to justify spending $179 on what my other half sees as a non-essential hobby. So if you could include "self-education" in the user list of education pricing, count me in.
Jun 5 at 6:32am
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