XML Editors

mlamb at roinet.com mlamb at roinet.com
Tue Jun 29 15:26:36 BST 1999

While we're on the subject of editors for non-XML-experts, I
thought I'd float this out.  Has any work been done on a
standard for commenting DTDs a la javadoc?  That is to say,
is there a standard ("official" or de facto) for commenting
DTDs and associating the comments with particular components
of the DTD?  This would be of immense value as a means of
providing the non-XML-expert users with context-sensitive
help regarding not just _what_ tags are available, but _why_.
This would have the additional benefit of providing the same
help information regardless of the editor chosen by the user.

If any work has been done on this, or if I've missed a
discussion that has already taken place, I'd appreciate any

- Marty

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