On 02/22/2014 06:17 PM, Darrell wrote: > On Sat February 22 2014 5:12:48 pm David C. Rankin wrote: >> On 02/22/2014 04:54 PM, Darrell wrote: >>> Who is going to use an XML editor? Mom and pop? Never. I prefer placing the >>> new app in Development->Web Development, next to Quanta Plus. >>> >> I use it all the time. Hundreds of your data files in TDE are xml, all your wiki >> templates and a bulk of your web content you run into are in xml. > > I am curious. What about quanta plus? Various kate plugins. Why a new app? > Quanta+ is OK, but it all it does is provide xsl,xml validation, but it is a text editor, not an xml editor. Yes, I use a text editor at times to edit xml, but you have to be very particular that you do not screw up any of the hierarchical structure or you break the file, for short files with few subtags, that isn't an issue, but on a large file, that is easier said than done. xmleditor - is just that, an xml editor. It preserves the xml schema of the document (protecting it from accidents) and gives you access to the xml 'data'. That is what makes it superior to a text editor. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.