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Butterfly XML IDE based on new Real-time Incremental Parsing Algorithm

From: Jules White <jules@americanartists.org>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 18:04:08 -0600
To: xsl-editors@w3.org
Message-Id: <1079654648.2354.49.camel@localhost.localdomain>

The Butterfly XML team has just released its first public beta of the
opensource Butterfly XML IDE. The Butterfly XML IDE is built on top of a
new real-time incremental XML parsing algorithm. The DOM is updated in
real-time as the user types and not in a separate thread. The editor
features syntax and error highlighting, incremental validation,
intelligent code completion (based on XML Schema, DTD, or document
analysis), XSLT pipelines, DTD and Schema Generation, and side by side
DOM and source viewing. Built-in support for XHTML, XSL, Xforms, XML
Schemas, XSP, and Cocoon sitemaps is included. Support for other XML
types can also easily be added. The editor is capable of parsing XML
documents that are not well-formed and showing the source of the errors.
Errors in documents are highlighted in the source as well as marked in
the DOM view. This allows for easy conversion of HTML to well-formed
XML. The side by side DOM and source viewing allows for the tree view of
the XML to be instantly updated as the user types. The source can also
be navigated and updated from the DOM tree. XSLT pipelines make building
up and visualizing complex transformations easy.


Sincerely,

Jules White
Senior Architect
The Butterfly XML Team
Received on Thursday, 18 March 2004 19:18:22 UTC

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