Projects / gxmlviewer


gxmlviewer is a stand-alone XML viewer written using GNOME-libs, and GTK. It also comes with a Netscape 4.7x plugin that attaches itself to the text/XML MIME type, and will display the xmlviewer inside the Netscape window. The displayed XML looks very similar to the Internet Explorer model, where you see the source view with collapsable nodes. It has a bonobo control for the XML viewer, which can be embedded into any bonobo compliant application. Note: An extras project has been created that currently contains a command line XML formatter tool.


Recent releases

  •  29 Nov 2001 19:23

    Release Notes: Emtpy tags are now compressed. CDATA and Comments tags are handled better. There is improved build support for Windows.

    •  20 Nov 2001 06:00

      Release Notes: Color syntax highlighting was added. This resulted in many changes to the core XML tree building code. The RPMs have been further divided into 4 RPMs: gxmlviewer, gxmlviewer-bonobo, gxmlviewer-plugin, and gxmlviewer-extras. Please read the release notes on SourceForge before installing gxmlviewer-bonobo.

      •  01 Nov 2001 03:24

        Release Notes: Drag and Drop support was added.

        •  14 Sep 2001 03:51

          Release Notes: Includes a number of minor bug fixes/feature enhancements. CDATA tags now work correctly. Also, some text inside tags with children were getting lost.

          •  15 Aug 2001 19:31

            Release Notes: The RPM now includes the Netscape plugin.


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