Exchanger XML Editor
Exchanger XML Editor is a Java-based multiplatform XML editor.
- Grid view for tag-free editing
- XML Schema, RelaxNG and DTD based editing
- Tag prompting and validation
- Content folding
- Standalone XSLT Debugger
- Tree view and outliner for tag free editing
- XPATH and regular expression searches
- Schema conversion
- XQuery and XSLFO transformations
- Comprehensive project management
- SVG viewer and conversion
- Easy SOAP (with attachments) invocations
- WSDL Analyzer
- XML Signature generation and validation
- WebDAV and FTP support
- Unordered Differencing and Merging
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Until someone takes over or they open the source, I'd suggest not to use it, unless you're running OLD java and dislike new features and specs Piotr 17:38, 12 December 2009 (EST)
Requires JVM. Runs on Windows, Mac, or Linux.
Source code and licensing
Closed-source. Academic/non-profit discounts available. Maintenance packages available.
Support for TEI
TEI Lite (P4) available as extension: http://www.exchangerxml.com/editor/extensions.html
Interface in English.
http://www.exchangerxml.com/editor/library.html (Also see the "Further Information" box on the left side of this and other pages on the site.)
Available by contacting email@example.com
Current version number and date of release
History of versions
3.0 (2004-11-08) 2.0 (2004-06-03) 1.3 (2004-02-25)
How to download or buy
From http://www.exchangerxml.com/editor/ : "The Exchanger XML Editor is available for a free, 30-day evaluation period. The evaluation software is fully functional and technical support is available during the evaluation period."
A Lite version of the editor is available for free from http://www.freexmleditor.com/
It has problems with newer releases of Java SDK/JRE. Support and the user community are almost completely dead. The light version is a nice-looking free editor with lots of features and – as Java moves on, leaving Exchanger behind – a growing number of quirks. Use at your own risk and backup often.
Use it to overwrite xngr-editor.jar in the installation directory.