Alpha release of XED: A smart XML instance editor
Henry S. Thompson
ht at cogsci.ed.ac.uk
Wed Mar 18 12:45:40 GMT 1998
I'm please to announce the availability of the alpha release of XED,
a WYSIWYG XML instance editor. XED uses the LT XML toolset integrated
with a Python-Tk user interface, to provide a free, cross-platform,
well-formedness preserving editor for XML document instances.
I very much welcome test users at this point, bearing in mind the
alpha-status of this release.
You can download XED for Windows95/NT from
A binary for Solaris will be available later today.
Feedback VERY much wanted.
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