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> I'm also interested in learning opinions about the various XML editors,
> converters, and other miscellaneous tools... My main platform is the
> Macintosh OS, and there is (as far as I can tell) very little XML software
> available. I am planning on installing Linux soon, which should expand my
Don't be too sure of that.
Linux XML is still largely at the pioneer stage: that is, full of
hardy command line gurus carving out docuements from the computer
wilderness with emacs and psgml.
There was a promising little tool called conglomerate being done,
but development seems to have stopped. There's also a proprietary
tool called iceSculpture, but it lacks styles or even bullet lists,
so it isn't really ready for prime time. A couple of HTML editors
seem to be plannng to add XML support, but, so far, not much has
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