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From Juan Jose Pablos <>
Subject Re: ¿any recomendations for xml editors?
Date Wed, 07 May 2003 16:51:57 GMT

Well, what I got in mind is an xml editor that is aware of the dtd.

Once you have already setup your look and feel with forrest you wanted 
to populated with content.

So if I got a dtd like document-v12.dtd, the editor should be aware of 
what tags are you allow to insert and where.

so my first choice must be to create a document tag and so on...

When you created the content in this way, there is no need for 
validation as far as I know...

¿Is this more or less the way you think we could populate the content 
with forrest?

maybe should I look for an xhtml editor and then transform it with xslt 
to a document-v12?

Thank you!


Sergey Missan wrote:
> Hello Jeff, Juan,
> another solution:
> use text editor that supports HTMLTidy
> configure Tidy with
> input-xml: yes
> If you have a serious screwup in your document, Tidy will not be able
> to clean it, and will give you an error message similar to XML parser.
> Repeat until Tidy is happy, and you'll even get a pretty-printed doc
> at the end ;)
> (if you're wondering why not to rerun forrest -- Tidy is *much*
> faster, albeit less acurate)
> -- Sergey

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