Posted by patrick sur janvier 30, 2007
– Essai des éditeur XML:
- http://rhaptos.org/downloads/editing/etna (Etna is an open Source XML Editor built on Mozilla’s core, Gecko. It uses some RelaxNG schema to edit and validate XML Documents.)
- http://vex.sourceforge.net/ Vex is an editor for XML documents. The « visual » part comes from the fact that Vex hides the raw XML tags from the user, providing instead a wordprocessor-like interface. Because of this, Vex is best suited for « document-style » XML documents such as XHTML and DocBook rather than « data-style » XML documents.
Installing Vex Into Eclipse 3.0
If you are already an Eclipse 3.0 user, you can install Vex functionality into your existing Eclipse environment, either by connecting to the update site (recommended) or by downloading the Vex plugins.
If your computer is connected to the Internet, you should install Vex via the update site as follows.
- From Eclipse, select Help > Software Updates > Find and Install….
- Select Search for new features to install and click Next >.
- Click New Remote Site.
- Enter « Vex Update Site » for Name and « http://vex.sourceforge.net/update » for URL, and click OK.
- Select Vex Update Site in the resulting list and click Next >.
- Select Vex XML Editor and click Next >.
- Read the license agreement. If you agree, select I accept the terms in the license agreements and click Next > .
- Click Finish.
- You will be warned that the feature is not signed. Click Install to proceed with the installation.
- When the installation is complete you will be prompted to restart Eclipse. I have successfully installed Vex this way without restarting, but you might want to restart if you want to be really safe.
- Vex implements the Document perspective, which is the default perspective for the standalone Vex produxt