[clug] Linux XML validator

Sam Couter sam at couter.dropbear.id.au
Mon Nov 22 20:28:22 GMT 2004

Rob McAuliffe <rob1 at mcauliffe.id.au> wrote:
> (In all fairness, Eclipse (eclipse.org) is the IBM based similar IDE
> (Netbeans is Sun based) - I don't know if it does XML validation, but it
> may do...)

Eclipse handles XML poorly out of the box. There are payware plugins
(eg, XMLBuddy) available that I haven't tried but claim to be the best.
There are free plugins (XMen) available for editing, validating, XSL
transformations, etc. The free plugins are of varying quality and
maturity and not all of them work with Eclipse 3.0 yet.
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