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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 http://ahds.ac.uk/creating/information-papers/xml-editors/

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

MrRat

Am I the only one using HTML-Kit for all editing and coding?
http://www.chami.com/html-kit/

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