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From Bert Van Kets <b...@vankets.com>
Subject Re: XHTML browser based editor
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 10:22:55 GMT
Xopus is the one I would like to implement in the end.  From what I read on 
your site it will be release very soon.  Please let the list (and the rest 
of the world!) know when it's out.
Wyona has implemented Xopus in their content management tools, but Xopus is 
not included in their CVS build :-(
Wyona has moved to Cocoon 2.1-dev yesterday!

 From the links I have received I think my original editor is the easiest 
to implement at the moment.  I'll try to use JTidy to convert the received 
String to XHTML.  It's already included in Cocoon anyways.  Since I'll be 
writing out the result to a file using the SourceWritingTransformer I don't 
really need to convert to DOM or SAX (I think).

Bert

BTW Jeremy, if you are reading this: the slashedit editor is broken since 
the SourceWrintingTransformer moved.

At 11:52 16/05/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>Derek Hohls wrote:
>>Is it not possible to contribute efforts towards:
>>http://editxml.sourceforge.net/
>>or
>>http://media4.obspm.fr/jaxe/Jaxe_en.html
>>Everywhere you look, there seem to be a hundred projects
>>all more or less doing the same type of thing; sure,
>>diversity is needed, but for something so basic...?
>>Would we not be better off if the 'gurus' pooled ideas and developed *the 
>>best* open-source XML/XHTML editor available (or I am I still living in 
>>cloud-cuckoo land??)
>
>The absolutely best browser-based XML editor is Xopus (http://q42.nl).
>
>Unfortunately, it works decently only in IE 5.5+ at the moment. But tihs 
>is going to change soon. See 
>http://www.beblogging.com/blog/20020516-114700 for more info.
>
>
>                 Ugo
>
>--
>Ugo Cei - http://www.beblogging.com/blog/
>
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