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What was new in <oXygen/> XML Editor 6.1

Related Versions: 6.06.16.2

July the 19th, 2005

Performance Profiling of XSLT Stylesheet   [read more...]

Using the XSLT Profiler is essential to helping you save time identifying performance issues, ensure a better performing and more scalable XSLT transformation.

The profiling is available for the following XSLT processors that are bundled with <oXygen/>: Saxon 6.5.5, Saxon EE, and Xalan 2.7.1. Thus you can profile XSLT 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0 stylesheets.

Automatic detection of the XSLT parameters

When creating a transformation scenario, the XSLT parameters dialog is automatically populated with the parameters detected from the stylesheet.

XML Schema Documentation   [read more...]

The <oXygen/> XML Schema documentation tool allows you to easily generate full documentation for the XML Schema content models, including comprehensive diagrams, annotations, and cross references.

Easy navigation in schema editors

A new action, show definition is available when editing an XML Schema or a Relax NG schema file. Having the caret over a component that refers another it opens the corresponding schema file and moves the caret to the location that defines the schema component.

In place editing on schema diagrams

The information presented in the schema diagrams can be edited in place. Just double click on an element name for instance and you will be able to edit it directly in the diagram.

More options for saving schema diagrams

Added the possibility to save diagram images starting from the current selection from the schema diagram. The format for the images can be JPEG and PNG.

Relax NG annotation support

The content completion support was enhanced by showing the annotations extracted from the Relax NG schema associated with the edited document. There are presented annotations for the elements, attributes and attribute values. The Relax NG schema for Relax NG was annotated with descriptions from Eric van der Vlist RELAX NG book to offer instant help when editing Relax NG schemas.

Attributes editor

Allows editing the attributes of the current element in a table view. It presents both the attributes already entered in the element and the possible attributes. Entering an attribute is as easy as double-clicking in its value column. For attributes with enumeration values a combo box will appear in the values column allowing to choose one of the possible values.

The XML content completion can use the internal DTD

If the edited document does not have a reference to an XML Schema or a DTD and contains an internal DTD, it will be used for the content completion.

External schema association based on the root element and on the file name.

It was possible to specify an XML Schema or other type of schema to be used for content completion when the document does not explicitly state one. The same mechanism is now used also for validation. The association between an instance and a schema may be done using rules based on root element namespace, root element name and file name. The rules can be managed from the Content Completion/Default option pane.

XML element range marker

A line is painted in the left side of the editor showing the range of the XML element that contains the caret position.

The Trang schema conversion tool uses the catalog manager

When converting schemas that are referring other schema parts the schema conversion tool will also try to use the catalog to resolve those parts.

Option to control Catalog Manager verbosity

When using catalogs for solving references to XML Schemas, DTDs or other resources, it is sometimes useful to see what catalog files are parsed, if they are valid or not, and what identifiers are resolved by the catalogs. An option has been added in the XML Catalog option pane to control the output of such messages.

Persistent Bookmarks

The bookmarks are now associated with the current project and are persistent between editing sessions. They are preserved even when the edited XML source is formatted by a format and indent operation.

Integrated the new Xerces XML parser version 2.7.0

The latest Xerces XML parser from the Apache Foundation was integrated into <oXygen/>.

Integrated the new Saxon 6.5.5 parser for XSLT 1.0

The latest Saxon XSLT 1.0 Transformer was integrated into <oXygen/>.

Integrated the latest import HTML component

The NekoHTML importer version 0.9.5 from the Apache Foundation was integrated into <oXygen/>.

Updated the TEI framework

Now <oXygen/> contains the latest schemas for TEI: P5 2006-10. The XSL stylesheets were also updated to version 5.4.18.

Sign tool fix

It is possible now to sign documents using a DSA algorithm.

Multiple fixes on the XML pretty printer

Several problems regarding the preservation of whitespaces were fixed, both for elements that specified the xml:space attribute and for elements that contained only whitespaces.

Batch validation in the Eclipse plugin

The batch validation was contributed as popup menu offering validation on multiple files and validation against an external schema for multiple files. It can be triggered for instance from the Navigator view and it is applied on the current Navigator detected files.
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