[ANN] free firstobject XML Editor 1.6 for Windows

Discussion in 'XML' started by Ben Bryant, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. Ben Bryant

    Ben Bryant Guest

    Release 1.6 has new support for XML fragments and generic markup that is
    unique among XML editors. Due to this, any simple markup, HTML, and even
    documents without a root element such as XML log files can be navigated,
    formatted and indented. There are a number of usability improvements and
    hotkeys based on user feedback. Changes are detailed in the release notes.

    The firstobject XML Editor works on Windows 95 98 ME NT 2K XP with no Java
    or MSXML dependency. It includes a tree view, functions for aligning and
    indenting XML, print, print preview, e-mail sending, text encoding selection
    and conversion, Unicode character functions, and C++ code generation to see
    how to create or navigate your XML with CMarkup.

    http://www.firstobject.com/dn_editor.htm

    This utility is a simple executable in a zip file with no installer, it does
    not require any external XML component, and is based entirely on Win32 calls
    available since Windows 95 (including Unicode text). It is quick and snappy
    even on large multi-megabyte files, the executable is under 500K and
    utilizes only 1.5 to 3 times the memory size of the text of your XML
    document.

    Best wishes,

    www.firstobject.com
    CMarkup is the easy way to do XML in C++ (MFC or STL)
     
    Ben Bryant, Aug 18, 2005
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