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From Andreas Kuehne <akue...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: KrysalIDE for Cocoon2
Date Wed, 17 Apr 2002 08:59:26 GMT
Hello on the tool-thread !

If it comes to XSLT-Tools, don't miss to look at 'cooktop' :

http://www.xmlcooktop.com/

It's free ! It works with several XSLT engines ! It's fast !
It's my favorite XSLT-editor !

Greetings

andreas

--- CÚdric_Viaud <cedric.viaud@matrasi-tls.fr> wrote:
> On this particular point of IDEs for XML/XSLT people often talk about XMLSpy
> which is quite good, but is not the only good commercial product. I would
> like to mention TurboXML (from Tibco) wich is a good XML Úditor (the one i
> prefer, in fact).
> 
> For the specific XSL-T creation, you have to look at Excelon stylus studio.
> It's amazing how it becomes easy to write and test XSL-T code.
> 
> This three products can be downloaded for evaluation, so you could try
> before investing money. In fact, they are not very expansive in regards of
> what they do.
> 
> A+ CÚdric
> 
> NB : i have no commercial arrangement with any of this editors, it is just
> for information :-)
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mike Haarman" <mhaarma@socsci.umn.edu>
> To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 7:04 PM
> Subject: RE: KrysalIDE for Cocoon2
> 
> 
> On 16 Apr 2002, Alexandru COSTIN wrote:
> 
> > It was a very unpleasant experience, and I would like to know where are
> > those tools, because it might help us a lot ...
> >
> > > Developers of components/stylesheets are well-served by
> > > various IDEs already.
> > Can you write a list?
> >
> 
> There are (SG|X)ML, XSL and DTD Emacs modes for editing with syntax
> highlighting, tag completion, DTD awareness, etc.  There is even a package
> by Ovidiu Predescu (Thanks, OP) which does processing of stylesheets via
> Saxon or Xalan from within Emacs.  Results can be previewed there or your
> favorite browser.  I believe this tool allows for the processing of XSP
> with command-line Cocoon, but I haven't used this feature.  I've used this
> set-up under Windows, Linux and Solaris and found it quite solid.  Since
> Emacs with JDE is my principal Java development environment this is a very
> convenient setup.
> 
> Of the commercial tools, XMLSpy is quite well known.  Never used it.
> 
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
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>   National Historical GIS -- http://www.nhgis.org/
> Maintainer,
>   DDI Codebook DTD -- http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/DDI/
> 
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