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Re: Is there a java based, open sourced...

From: Christophe Strobbe <Christophe.Strobbe@esat.kuleuven.ac.be>
Date: Tue, 04 May 2004 11:50:59 +0200
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To: html-tidy@w3.org, Sherman Mohler <smohler@ciscolearning.org>

Hi Sherman,

If open source is not a hard condition, the only options I know are 'online 
authoring tools' like Ephox! EditLive! for Java 
<http://www.ephox.com/product/editliveforjava/default.asp> and eWebEditPro 
<http://www.ektron.com/ewebeditpro.cfm>.
All open-source Java-based (X)HTML editors that I've ever come across were 
code editors.
You could check if the Jazilla project (Mozilla in Java, 
<http://jazilla.sourceforge.net/>) has planned an editor, but I think 
they're concentrating on developing a browser first.
Alternatively, you could try configuring an XML-editor like Morphon 
<http://www.morphon.com/> with a stylesheet to make XHTML editing more user 
friendly.
XMLMind <http://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/> also supports (more or less 
WYSIWYG) XHTML-editing, but is not open source. However, it is possible to 
add extensions in Java.

Regards,

Christophe Strobbe

At 01:02 01/05/2004, you wrote:

>Is there a java based, open sourced GUI (WYSIWYG) editor that focuses the 
>author on strict XHTML? Sorry if this is "noise" on this list, but if 
>anyone anywhere would know, it's you guys!.   :-)
>
>-- Sherman Mohler
Received on Tuesday, 4 May 2004 07:21:32 GMT

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