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XPontus XML Editor

XPontus is a Java-based XML editor designed for text editing. It aims to provide a free alternative to commercial XML editors. It has been reported to run correctly on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD. There are many installers for platform convenience.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Mar 2008 23:49

    Release Notes: This release is an entire rewrite of the software, which now uses a plugin architecture. Code completion (XML, HTML, and XSL) has been added. A few bugs from previous releases have been fixed, and some user suggestions implemented. The code structure of HTML/XML documents has changed. XPath support has been added. HTML documentation generation from XML schemas and DTDs has been implemented. This release will be able to use file system abstraction, which means that an FTP file and a local file will be look all the same to the application.

    •  15 Jun 2007 12:43

      Release Notes: A menu has been added for a "Recent files list". Dom4j is now used to indent XML files, which will correct the bugs which occurred while trying to pretty print an XML document. XPontus now runs in a single instance. Drag-and-drop has been corrected and seems to work well now on Windows and Unix/Linux. The editor can be used with "Open With XPontus XML Editor" under Windows and Unix/Linux.

      •  28 Feb 2007 06:56

        Release Notes: Partial caching of XML Schemas and DTDS was added. Completion was added to close opened XML tags. The encoding issues were fixed. A dialog to customize the colors was added. Drag and drop support was added. Some arguments were added so you can use "open with XPontus XML Editor".

        •  16 Jul 2006 15:30

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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