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What was new in <oXygen/> XML Editor 5.1

Related Versions: 5.05.1

January the 18th, 2005

Better Relax NG support

The Model View has now support for Relax NG. When editing a document with an associated Relax NG schema the model view will present the current element name, namespace, model (part of the current pattern) and also information about the element attributes. The content completion based on a Relax NG schema was reimplemented to offer support similar with the one based on XML Schema or DTD. Now the content completion offers context sensitive proposals and handles also attribute values.

Support for XSLTProc and MSXML XSLT transformers

<oXygen/> XSLT Editor can perform XSLT transformations using MSXML 3.0/4.0/.NET and XSLTProc transformers. Usually on the Windows platform any Microsoft Office application installs the MSXML 3.0 or 4.0 package. The <oXygen/> installation kit includes adapters for these transformers.

XSLTProc is part of libxslt (the XSLT C library for GNOME) and is packaged in the Windows, Mac OS X and Linux standalone <oXygen/> distributions. In case you want to use it from the Eclipse plugin, you have to copy the executable files into the plugin directory.

Scenario Based XSLT Debugging Session

<oXygen/> has a powerful transformation support based on reusable scenarios. The same scenarios can be used for debugging. The XSLT Debugger will be initialized with the information from the scenario (source or stylesheet location, XSLT processor, transformation parameters) when the Debug scenario action is executed. This allows to easily manage and trigger different debugging sessions.

Save the Debug Trace

It is possible to save the element trace obtained from a debug session as XML. This permits comparing different debug runs.

Alternative content completion behavior

If CTRL+Enter is used instead of Enter to trigger the insertion of a content completion proposal <oXygen/> will process that in an alternative way. This is define currently for elements and will cause a block indent to appear between the start tag and the end tag and the caret will be positioned on the new indented line between the tags.

Project improvements

A file from project can be directed into one of the available <oXygen/> tools: SVG viewer, Schema documentation, Generate/Convert Schema or WSDL Analyzer using an option from the contextual menu.

Updated the TEI framework

<oXygen/> is shipped with an updated version of the TEI P4 DTDs and XSL stylesheets thanks to Syd Bauman.

File properties dialog

Information about the current file can be retrieved using the File->Properties action. It includes the schema file used for Content Completion, the file encoding, the indent properties and so on.

Saves all the modified files before a transformation or a validation

To make sure that a transformation or a validation action peaks all the changes made in the editor one can turn on this option and thus all the edited files will be saved before the action is applied.

Better undo support

Complex operations like "Replace All", "Indent selection", etc. are properly handled by the undo action, a single undo will revert the document to the state before that operation.

Relax NG validate action handles ID references

By default the parser used to check the validity of XML files using Relax NG schemas was ignoring the ID references. The validate action will handle now correctly the ID values.

Fixed the bidirectional editing support

There was a problem displaying the selection and the caret when editing documents that had mixed text of different orientations: left to right, like in English and right to left like in Hebrew or Arabic languages.
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