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The utility can also deal with XPath and XQuery functions, and you get to extend its capabilities via Full Text extensions. XML database editor that works wight out of the box. For everything to run properly, you must make sure that the Java Runtime Platform has been deployed on your Mac beforehand. Download XML Editor/Validator/Designer with CAMV for free. CAM XML Editor for XML+JSON+Hibernate+SQL Open-XDX sponsored by Oracle. The CAM editor is the leading open source XML Editor/Validation/Schema toolset for rapidly building / deploying XML /JSON /Hibernate /SQL data /Forms applications. Visual WYSIWYG data design, rule entry wizards + drag & drop dictionary components. EditiX XML Editor (for Mac OS X) v.2012 EditiX is a cross-platform powerful and easy to use XML editor and XSLT debugger. Altova XMLSpy Professional XML Editor v.2020sp1 Altova XMLSpy Professional Edition is the industry-leading XML and JSON editor.

Xmplify 1.10.1

A powerful and versatile XML editor for macOS that includes XSLT and XPath support, real time HTML...

oXygen XML Editor 18.1 Build 2017013018

Java XML editor that enables you to develop in a well-organized environment projects that rely on ...

Qxmledit 0.9.3

Xml Xpath Editor For Mac Download

A small and easy to use tree control based XML editor that can compare and split files with a set ...

Mac OS X (Intel only)

DarwinXMLTester 0.2 Pre-Alpha

Java tool to edit and test XML files

Mac OS X

KML Editor 1.0.0

A simple tool to edit KML files

Mac OS X

Syntext Serna Free 4.2.0

A great open source XML editor software.

Mac OS X 10.0 or later (PPC & Intel)

Web XML Editor 1.0

Free and open source web editor for XML documents

Mac OS X (PPC & Intel)

Periodically the question of which editor to use for TEI tasks arises on the TEI mailing list. There is no single answer to this question, but this page attempts to help you frame the question correctly.

Before thinking about an editor, you should think about who is going to be using it, how often, for what and where.

Those from a technical background are already likely to have a preferred programmable editor. Those from a non-technical background are likely to be more interested in ease of use. Occasional or temporary users are going to what a program that works as similarly as possible to the other applications they use, whereas full-time permanent users are more likely to get a benefit from more powerful editor, even if it has a learning curve. Projects which use large XML files need to be aware that some editors struggle with large XML files. The sed editor (see below) is a special case, allowing for truly arbitrary sizes. Users who need to edit files directly on remote servers may need vt100-capable editors (emacs, vi, sed, etc).

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If you are a teacher looking for an editor suitable for TEI instruction, have a look at the list of features that are seen as the minimal set needed for a 'student version' of a commercial editor. This feature set is under discussion and you are welcome to take part in it.

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Table of Editors

Xml Xpath Editor For Mac Download

Editors for TEI
NameOperating Systems or EnvironmentsFLOSS?Explicit support for XMLExplicit support for TEIURLProjects UsingBeginner-friendliness
(scale 1-10, 1=hard)
RTL supportNotes
AceWeb-basedYesYes, but primitive and buggyNo[1]ANGLES2
ANGLESWeb-basedYesIn-progress?[2]The white paper released as part of the NEH grant which funded ANGLES' development indicates that development has ceased. This editor is based on the Ace editor.
AtomWin, Linux, MacOSYesYesNo[3]ATOM2Needs the package [4] to validate with a declared schema. See more discussion on TEI-L.
CodeMirrorWeb-basedYesYes, but primitive and buggyNo[5]XET2Cannot support namespaces without an architectural change due to the absence of lookahead for modes.
EmeditorWinNoNoNo[6]TCP9PRO: large-file support, utf-8 support, diff.
EditixWin, Linux, MacOSNoYesNo[7]A free Lite version exists.
EditPad ProWinNoNoNo[8]TCP8PRO: UTF-8 support, excellent character-encoding conversions, syntax coloring, regex search/replace, XML 'content folding', handles large files well. CON: no search-in-files, sort, uniq, or diff.
EditTEIall (Java)NoNoNo[9]Claiming many features, accessible after registration.
EmacsMac, Win, Linux, SolarisYesYesNo[10]3(See also TEIEmacs) Best mode for TEI XML is nXML, using RELAX NG compact schemas. For Mac look for Aquamacs package
epcEditWin, Linux, SolarisNoYesNo[11]TCP7Free; also supports SGML; feels a bit like XMetaL
Essential XML Editor (formerly Open XML Editor)WinYesYesNo[12]8Text-based editing, DTD validation, various input encodings but output only in UTF-8, plugin of Saxon XSLT processor and hex editor possible; plugin of Jing, Libxml2 and MSV (W3C-schema, RelaxNG validation) possible only in purchased version
Exchanger XML Editorall (Java)No[13]Heavily obsolete (as of Feb'15), won't run on a new Java installation
FontoXMLWeb-basedNoYesYes[14]92014Web-based XML editor, including a TEI-edition. FontoXML integrates seamlessly into most web content management systems and workflow software.
GeanyallYesYesNo[15]Geany is a cross-platform IDE suitable for XML and HTML, C, Java, PHP, HTML, Python, Perl and Pascal.
jEditall (Java)YesYesYes[16]NZETC7XML use requires plugins, and only supports DTDs
Liquid XML EditorWinNoYesNo[17]Features of the XML Editor include Validation, XML Syntax Highlighting and Multi-step undo/redo.
Notepad++WinYesYesNo[18]TCP9Freeware. XML support via XMLTools plugin. Basic editor made more versatile by plugin system (eg. Base64 encode-decode, hex editor, etc)
Office suite + OxGarageAll?YesYes[19]9Users edit using standard office suite and documents converted to TEI via webservice
oXygenall (Java)NoYesYes[20]8in Editor, possibly in AuthorCan validate using DTD, W3C schema, RELAX NG, and Schematron; can run XSL transformations on file; WYSIWYG mode using CSS; support for TEI ODD files (editing and schema generation)
Sacodeyl Annotatorall (Java)[21]
sedMac, Win, Linux, SolarisYesNoNo[22]-1Handles with ease files a order of magnitude larger than the system RAM
SernaNoYesunknown[23]yesPart of Corena studio now.
Serna FreeYesYesYes[24]yesWikipedia reports that the free version of Serna is no longer 'distributed.' This probably means that the parent company no longer expends any resources on it. The source code of the free version is still available under a GPL license, hosted on Sourceforge.
TextMateMacOSNoNo[25]An extension is needed for XML editing
TextPadWinNoNoNo[26]TCP9PRO: simple interface, powerful regex/multi-file replace, search-in-files, primary and secondary sort, uniq, diff, hotlinked search results, syntax coloring. CON: no utf-8 support.
UltraEditWin, LinuxNoYesNo[27]9customizable for TEI-support; can handle extremely large files; powerful regex/multi-file replace; macro recording
viMac, Win, Linux, SolarisYesNoNo[28]1Ships on all POSIX systems (linux, solaris, BSD, etc) as standard, thus the lowest common denominator editor for server configuration
WedWeb-basedYesYesYes[29]BTW7Not as of version 0.20.0Provides validation and guided editing. Understands RNG. Can be customized for specific projects. Can show XML structures in a way that mirrors the XML (labels showing location of open and close tags) or stylistically (e.g. headings in bold) in a single view.
XML Copy EditorWin, UbuntuYesYesYes[30]TCP7Free; validates to DTD, XSD, Relax.ng
XMLMaxWinNoYesNo[32]8Unlimited XML file size support with low memory requirement. XML parsing with error reporting and fixing. Collapsable treeview, DTD and XML schema validation. XPATH and XSLT.
XMLmindall (Java)NoYesNo[33]noAn evaluation version can be used for 30 days. The last free version is/was the 5.4.0 personal edition.
XPontusall (Java)YesYesNo[34]XPontus XML Editor is a simple XML Editor oriented towards text editing. It can perform validation(DTD, XML Schema, Relax NG, Batch XML validation), XSL transformations(HTML, XML, PDF, SVG), schema/DTD generation, XML/DTD/HTML/XSL code completion, code formatting and much more. Plugin based.
XMLSpyall (Java)NoYesNo[35]yesFully functional free 30-day trial versions are offered.

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Tension between emacs and vi users is longstanding and well summarised on the Editor war Wikipedia page. vi was included in the POSIX standard, whereas emacs was not, perhaps because vi was historically available in multiple implementations from multiple vendors. The following cartoon illustrates the commonly-held assumptions that emacs and vi are very powerful but obscure while their competitors make users do all the work.

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