I'm curious to hear if anyone has any especially satisfactory
experiences to report regarding wysiwyg XML editors. In addition to
using TEI to handle various encoding projects, I write my articles in
XML-TEI, and at the final stage like to be able to edit in something
close to a word processor mode.
In the past, I've used XML Spy's Stylesheet designer with some
success, but the Windows limitation and pricing do not make this much
of a viable long-term option, especially since I can use either
TEI-Emacs or oXygen to do all of my basic XML work. I recently
downloaded and tried Ephox, Xopus, and Bitflux, and have found that
they either didn't work on Linux, or didn't work with my documents at all.
Serna seems to work OK with TEI P4 using a preset TEI stylesheet
(Sebastian's?), and is multi-platformed on Java, but AFAICT, does not
let me designate my own stylesheets.
I am guessing that there is not much out there beyond these, but would
be interested to know if someone has found something else.
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