#5 XML Editor

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2003-02-06
2003-02-06
Mark Fortner
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It would be extremely useful to have a built-in XML
editor. The user would be able to open any xml
document, browse through the elements by clicking on a
JTree. When the user clicks on a specific node to
edit, the editor would look at the dtd or schema to
determine what attributes should appear in right hand
pane. A textarea would be provided to edit the content
of the node. ie. <mynode> content goes here</mynode>

To add subnodes, the user would right click on a
treenode and select the appropriate element from a
popup menu.

Discussion

  • Rob
    Rob
    2003-02-18

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    here is somthing you might like http://www.xerlin.org/ - it
    sounds like what you are looking for. I have checked out the
    code (thinking it would be pretty easy to use this in
    treebeard, but it's quite complex, and uses thing like
    import matthew.awt.*??? whos matthew? - and a lot of
    depricated stuff) and found I cant use the code but the app
    is very helpful