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oXygen XML Editor

oXygen is an XML editor that supports any XML document, and works with XML Schemas, DTDs, Relax NG schemas, and NRL Schemas. It has powerful transformation support that allows you to edit XSLT and XSL-FO documents and to obtain documents in the desired output format (such as HTML, PS, or PDF) with just one click. It also includes a complete Subversion client, support for flattening XML Schemata, an XML Schema instance generator, integration with the X-Hive/DB, MarkLogic and TigerLogic XML databases, editing actions on the diagram, and a rename refactoring action.

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  •  15 Feb 2013 00:46

Release Notes: This release supports XML Schema 1.1, generates XML instances and schema documentation, lets highlights help you focus on the content you need to review, presents all the changes, comments, and highlights in a review manager panel so you can quickly inspect and manage them, quickly finds resources in the project by searching in their content or file paths, lets you edit, check in, or check out resources directly on a Microsoft SharePoint server using the Data Source Explorer view, and extends the API.

Release Notes: This version introduces a number of unique development features. It provides support for editing XSLT and XML Schema modules in the context of a main XSLT, or respectively a main XML Schema file. To improve XML Schema visual editing, it introduces a Palette view that allows you to create new schema components easily by dragging them from the Palette view into the diagram. oXygen now offers EPUB validation by integrating EpubCheck, editing and validation for specific EPUB file types, as well as a number of general enhancements for working with archive-based formats.

Release Notes: This version adds new features to the Author editing mode like the smart paste action that automatically converts content from Office suite applications or from a Web browser to DITA, DocBook, or TEI. The XML authoring was improved in areas like reference management, change tracking, and CSS rendering support. The API was extended to incorporate feedback from partners that integrate oXygen with CMSs or other applications.

  •  23 Sep 2010 17:30

Release Notes: This version improves the existing functionality, adds new features, and, most importantly, enhances the user experience. A lot of effort was invested in minimizing memory usage and improving general performance. The new version offers generic conditional text support for any XML documentation framework, including (but not limited to) DITA and DocBook. The new ePUB support allows you to change, extract, validate, and process data stored in ePUB files. These capabilities allow developers to pack files into ePUB and also process data from ePUB documents using XSLT or XQuery.

Release Notes: This version improves the XML authoring capabilities, the support for XML development, and also a number of core features. The visual XML authoring now uses schema information to provide intelligent editing actions that help keep the document valid and provide a better editing experience. The new compact representation of tags and the quick up/down navigation features improve the ergonomics and the usability.

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20 Sep 2005 06:52 StefanVasile

Re: Read the license carefully

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> % Audit clauses are included in most

> % software licenses. If no express

> right

> % to an audit is found to exist,

> refusal

> % to cooperate is an option.

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> Some audit clauses do not

> unconditionally require payment of audit

> expenses, because a court can be asked

> to award the audit costs when there was

> a clear intent to defraud, and there was

> reasonable cause to demand an audit.

>

This clause has been removed from EULA staring with version 6.2.

26 Jan 2005 18:45 iegorman

Re: Read the license carefully

>

> Audit clauses are included in most

> software licenses. If no express right

> to an audit is found to exist, refusal

> to cooperate is an option.

>

Some audit clauses do not unconditionally require payment of audit expenses, because a court can be asked to award the audit costs when there was a clear intent to defraud, and there was reasonable cause to demand an audit.

26 Jan 2005 05:53 StefanVasile

Re: Read the license carefully

> In many ways it is a good license (I

> particularly like section 2.3, which

> licenses to one user on all the

> computers he/she uses).

Yes, the license is not bound to a specific platform, you can freely change from one platform to another using the same license and it includes both standalone version and the Eclipse plugin version.

> But section 3.2 is enough to stop me

> from buying. They wouldn't need it if

> they had good grounds for starting an

> audit that showed fraudulent use. So

> why is the provision there?

Audit clauses are included in most software licenses. If no express right to an audit is found to exist, refusal to cooperate is an option.

25 Jan 2005 20:12 iegorman

Read the license carefully
In many ways it is a good license (I particularly like section 2.3, which licenses to one user on all the computers he/she uses).

But section 3.2 is enough to stop me from buying. They wouldn't need it if they had good grounds for starting an audit that showed fraudulent use. So why is the provision there?

19 Oct 2004 10:49 dnedrow Thumbs up

Great timesaver
This is a great tool for XML work, particularly if you need to deal with XSLT. I'm not in any way involved with synchrosoft, but found the cost for this to be more than offset by the timesavings I've seen.

Sure, it's not opensource, but sometimes you get what you pay for.

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