Re: xml tool questions
From: Bill Lawrence <lawrence -at- mayaviz -dot- com>
Subject: Re: xml tool questions
Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 10:25:10 -0400
Well, there are such tools. They just cost lots of money :-)
Take a look at the following suites of tools.
Altova XML Spy
devdra darke wrote:
Thanks for responding. It looks like I've been a little naive. I was hoping that I could find an all-in-one XML Tool that would allow me to manage content, pick and choose from the available information, then output to PDF, Online Help, Web Page ... final format.
I would love a description of a tool-chain that allows the above.
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