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From John Root <jr...@publisys.com>
Subject Re: favorite tools for writing XSLT?
Date Wed, 06 Apr 2005 04:15:58 GMT
XMLSpy is an excellent tool for serious XML/XSL development in Win
environment. Great IDE with support for a variety of engines. Integrates
with Visual Studio and VSS as well. Well worth the price if it fits your
work flow.

John


On 4/5/05 7:25 AM, "Siegfried Heintze" <siegfried@heintze.com> wrote:

> I'm finding the writing of xslt files rather tedious. Are there some
> favorite tools out there to help with this activity? Treebeard is nice for
> producing HTML, but it does not work for FOP.
> 
> Are there other open source tools?
> 
> What about proprietary tools?
> 
> Does xml spy do the job? I think it is rather expensive. Are there others?
> 
> Siegfried
> 
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