[ANN] XMLmind XML Editor V2.9 - Support of RELAX NG

Discussion in 'XML' started by Olivier Ishacian, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. XMLmind XML Editor V2.9 can be downloaded from
    http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/download.shtml

    ===================================================
    V2.9 (February 7, 2005)

    XMLmind XML Editor now supports RELAX NG
    schemas. For more information, please read
    XMLmind XML Editor - Support of RELAX NG
    Schemas.

    The impatient reader can directly play with new
    demo: XXE_install_dir/demo/bugreport_rng.xml. This
    demo is simply the RELAX NG version of
    XXE_install_dir/demo/bugreport.xml (which conforms
    to a W3C XML Schema). It is also interesting to open
    in XXE, XXE_install_dir/demo/bugreport/bugreport.rng,
    the RELAX NG grammar associated with bugreport_rng.xml.

    Note that XMLmind XML Editor Standard Edition
    has been restricted in its support of RELAX NG.
    These restrictions are identical to those
    related to W3C XML Schemas. XMLmind XML
    Editor Standard Edition cannot be used to
    create or edit a document conforming to a RELAX
    NG schema, unless:
    * the root element of the document has no
    namespace;
    * or the root element of the document has a
    namespace and this namespace is
    + http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema,
    + or http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml,
    + or http://relaxng.org/ns/structure/1.0,
    + or starts with
    "http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/schema/".

    Other enhancements: (see technical details below)
    -------------------------------------------------

    * It was now possible to click in the gray
    margin found at the left and at the right of
    the document view in order to directly select
    the block (paragraph, row, row group, table)
    which is ``in front of the mouse click''.
    This feature is not enabled by default. You
    need to use Options|Options, Window tab and
    check "Add interactive margins to styled
    views" to enable it.

    This feature, added in XXE V2.7 Patch 1, was
    removed in V2.8 Patch 1, to be finally
    restored in V2.9 because some users missed it.

    * Updated Czech localization thanks to Martin
    Kolarík (kolarik AT mii DOT cz).

    * Updated German localization thanks to Patrick
    Koetter (p AT state-of-mind DOT de).

    Technical details about the enhancements (for
    local gurus):
    ---------------------------------------------

    * The new preserveSpace configuration element
    allows to specify which elements are
    whitespace-preserving.

    For example, this configuration element is
    used in the DocBook, Simplified DocBook and
    Slides configuration files to specify that
    elements such as programlisting, screen, etc,
    are whitespace-preserving.

    * The new relaxng configuration element allows
    to specify which RELAX NG schema is associated
    with an instance.

    * The schemaType child of the detect
    configuration element has a supplemental
    relaxng value (other values are dtd and
    schema) which can be used to detect instances
    having a <?xxe-relaxng-schema location="..."?>
    (proprietary) processing instruction.

    * New command copyToClipboard can be used to
    copy a string to the system clipboard or to
    the system selection (X-Window only).

    * It is now possible to specify to command
    insertNode the target of the processing
    instruction to be created. Previously, a
    processing instruction created by insertNode
    always had placeholder string "target" as its
    target.

    * All configuration elements referencing an URL
    are now XML Catalog-aware. Example:

    --------------------------------------------------
    <relaxng name="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"
    location="xxe-config:common/rng/xhtml1/xhtml-strict.rng"/>
    --------------------------------------------------

    Previously, only configuration elements
    include and load were XML Catalog-aware

    Bug fixes:
    ----------

    * When pasting some text in XXE, carriage
    return/line feed characters ("\r\n" and "\r")
    are now ``normalized to a single line feed
    character ("\n"). Previously, this was not the
    case and that was really annoying on the Mac.

    * CSS counter "counter(n,lower-alpha)" did not
    work as expected: the item after "z" was
    numbered "a0" and not "aa".

    * When opening a document in XXE, whitespace was
    not stripped from elements having an
    element-only content type and having attribute
    xml:space with value "preserve" (default value
    or explicitly specified value or value
    inherited from parent).

    * Namespace prefixes automatically generated by
    XXE were sometimes inconsistent: "ns", "ns2",
    "ns2", etc, instead of "ns", "ns2", "ns3",
    etc.

    * When opening a erroneous W3C XML Schema in
    order to edit it, in some rare cases, XXE
    froze during the validation step.

    * W3C XML Schema only: error: element
    declaration "bar" inconsistent
    [cos-element-consistent] was reported for the
    valid example below:

    --------------------------------------------------
    <xs:element name="foo">
    <xs:complexType>
    <xs:sequence>
    <xs:element name="bar" type="xs:token"/>
    <xs:element name="bar" type="xs:token" nillable="true"/>
    </xs:sequence>
    </xs:complexType>
    </xs:element>
    --------------------------------------------------

    An error is still reported for the above valid
    schema, but the error is now an implementation
    error: implementation limit: element
    declaration "bar" differs from previous
    element declarations "bar" [x-cos-element-consistent].

    * W3C XML Schema only: the implementation of
    wildcards was out of date.

    For example, ##other meant (to make it simple)
    "any namespace, including absent, different
    from targetNamespace".

    In fact, ##other means "a namespace must be
    specified and this namespace must be different
    from targetNamespace".

    Possible incompatibilities:
    ---------------------------

    * Previously, by default, loading another CSS
    style sheet using the Style menu caused XXE to
    create another document view using the
    selected style sheet.

    Now, doing this cause XXE to change the CSS
    style sheet of the current document view to
    the one which has been selected.
    This behavior can be parametrized by using
    Options|Options, Window tab, "Change the style
    sheet rather than add a view" check box.

    * Thanks to the new preserveSpace configuration
    element, the DocBook, Simplified DocBook and
    Slides DTDs bundled with XXE no longer need to
    be modified by XMLmind.

    Previously, these DTDs were modified in order
    to add attribute xml:space with default value
    "preserve" to elements such as programlisting,
    screen, etc.

    * The way XMLmind XML Editor Standard Edition is
    restricted in its support of W3C XML Schemas
    has changed. Previously, the targetNamepaces
    of the schemas were checked. Now, it is only
    the namespace of the root element which is
    checked.
     
    Olivier Ishacian, Feb 7, 2005
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