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From Herr Christian Wolfgang Hujer <Christian.Hu...@itcqis.com>
Subject Re: XML editors good for ANT
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2003 00:11:36 GMT
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Hi Andrew,


Am Donnerstag, 3. April 2003 01:51 schrieb Andrew Zeon:
> Hi,
>
> I'm doing some research on good XML editors for writing ant scripts. One
> person has already suggested XMLSpy. Are there any others that you would
> like to recommend?

I use vim. I use it for the following file types:
- - Java source codes (there vim supports Javadoc and also inline html in 
Javadoc and css in that html)
- - (X)HTML
- - PHP (highlights HTML, CSS, PHP and SQL all in one file)
- - JSP (highlights HTML, CSS, JSP all in one file)
- - Perl
- - XML
- - Ant
- - XML Schema
- - XSLT
- - Makefiles
- - .htaccess
- - php.ini
- - Shell Scripts
- - SQL Scripts
- - Several kinds of config files, e.g. XF86Config or fstab
- - mbox (which currently is 34 MB and >525000 lines and opens <1sec with syntax 
highlighting on)

For Ant several scripts to make life with Ant easier are supported. Some 
scripts are even capable of parsing the targets and generating a menu 
containing all available targets.

Quickfixing errors found by Ant-invoked tools like javac, checkstyle, 
xmlvalidate, javadoc, xslt/style etc. of course also is supported.

(And I have at least 10 reasons why not to use XMLSpy).


Bye
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Christian Wolfgang Hujer
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