About PSGML 1.2.0 (Open-Source XML editor)

David Megginson david at megginson.com
Wed Oct 13 21:55:22 BST 1999

Tim Bray <tbray at textuality.com> writes:

> Yup, I'm another happy NTemacs user and it's a super environment for
> editing XML.  David, have you tried that, and if so, is it better than
> NTemacs, and if so, how? -T.

I have tried NTemacs in the past; currently, I don't have Windows on
my notebook at all (StarOffice removed my last excuse for wasting all
that disk space), so to try the Windows XEmacs I'd have to hijack some
space on the family computer.  

I'd be very interested in hearing the experience of other users.
Under Unix, at least, XEmacs does interesting things (like displaying
graphics inline) that plain Emacs doesn't, though PSGML doesn't
provide explicit support for this yet (it would take a good evening of 
custom coding, probably).

All the best,


David Megginson                 david at megginson.com

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