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Paul Brown

The article missed a number of good options, although it lists my current favorite (Emacs+nxml-mode, but that presumes that you're willing to write or derive RNC schemas for the document types/schemas you need to work with). On the Windows-only and commercial side, there is also Stylus Studio, and on the commerical and cross-platform side, there is XMLBuddy, Oxygen, or Topologi. Finally, for open source, there is the Eclipse WTP (still pre-release), JEdit, or...

Alastair Dunning

If anyone is interested in a longish review of XML editors, my organisation's website has just published (April 2005) an article on "Choosing an XML Editor" at

It looks at 23 different XML editors, benchmarking them against a wide variety of features.

There are also some recommendations at the end, suggesting different XML editors for different types of user


Am I the only one using HTML-Kit for all editing and coding?

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