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From Joerg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: best browsers for viewing xml?
Date Mon, 18 Aug 2003 11:18:39 GMT
Why not using simply the Mozilla Suite 1.4. It's stable and I don't have any 
problems with it. It has an XML view as mentioned by Erik.

AFAIK Mozilla Firebird is the first version of the modularized Mozilla and 
is not as stable as the monolithic version 1.4. But using the installer 
version of the Suite, you can remove the pieces you don't need (IRC, Mail, ...).


Sonny Sukumar wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I need suggestions on browsers for viewing XML, since I've gotten too 
> weary of Mozilla Firebird's bugs and freezing my computer every now and 
> then.  I'm working on RedHat 7.2 (KDE 3.0), and I'd like a browser that 
> can show an XML document in tree form--preferably clickable.  Both IE 
> and Mozilla Firebird can do it, but I can't use IE with Linux (even with 
> CrossOver Office from CodeWeavers).
> Konqueror just shows the whole document as one piece of plain text 
> smashed together, and it's fairly primitive anyway (no tabbed browsing, 
> etc.).  I don't know what Konqueror 3.1 added, but I doubt it gained 
> much in functionality.
> I also just installed Opera 7.11 for Linux and, while the the interface 
> is pretty good overall, I just realized it does the same thing as 
> Konqueror--that is, it smashes all the XML data into 1 big piece of 
> plain text.  This is not a workable solution for when I want to 
> serialize in XML to debug, which I do most of the time.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Sonny

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