Release Notes: This version includes an XQuery editor and a CSS editor. It can generate XML instances from a DTD or a W3C Schema. Various schema types (date, time, etc.) are managed by the content assistant. W3C Schema Annotation are managed for displaying comments inside the assistant. Each error is shown inside the tabbed pane. Various problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is focused on formatting and refactoring. Search facilities have been added. The XSLT Editor offers an HTML and XSL-FO content assistant. Various bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The XML editor includes a visual XML schema editor. HTML documentation can be generated from an XML schema. This release extends the project management. It contains many user interface improvements. Somes actions are pure XML, like copy/select/cut/comment the current node. XSLT documents and RelaxNG are validated. The DTD editor has been extended for improving the syntax checking. An XHTML preview is available while editing.
Release Notes: This major release includes about 50 improvements divided in the standard, XSLT, and schema editors. The error management has been rewritten, and the content assistant supports various cases. For example, it detects available types taking into account the current namespace with W3C schema. You can build your XSLT document with simple drag'n'drop from the data source to the XSLT editor. Each editor can be extracted, so you can have several editors in the same space.
Release Notes: This is a major release including XSLT 2.0 editing and debugging. An XQuery builder is available. Namespace has been extended through a namespace manager and inside the content assistant. Excel CSV documents can be imported. This release fixes various editing and ergonomic problems.
Release Notes: This releases includes a new view for XML elements. OASIS XML Catalog and Xinclude are managed. A new mode for large XML documents is available. The XSLT Editor and Debugger has been improved with multiple content assistants. The user can plug in her own parser or transformer. Character references can be included easily. Several view modes are available for XML parts. EditiX has been profiled for optimizing memory usage and CPU time. This release also improves various UI components and fixes several bugs. The template management has been rewritten.
Release Notes: About 40 changes. Mainly, a new XSLT Debugger that helps users to analyze its XSL transformation processing. This debugger has breakpoints for displaying the current nodes stack, the current XPath expression nodes, or the set of variables. A multi-view preview is available at each moment for visualizing, for instance, an HTML document output. It introduces DocBook support. The user can generate a document in PDF, HTML, PS, etc. in the background. Shortkeys and project management are dedicated to limited the user parameters. Remote access is available for FTP and WebDAV. ZIP and JAR are supported.
Release Notes: This release adds a new XSLT Editor. It improves various user interface parts like the last used directory. The content assistant has been rewritten. The DTD parser takes now into account conditional parts and public entities. Global performance has been increased. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds a new XSLT Editor. The user can generate a temporary schema for document completion. An SVG preview is included. The DTD can now be checked. The interface has been enhanced, improving the global background processes for better reactivity, adding many more user messages, and embedding documentation. Several bugs have been fixed.