[MonoDevelop] XML Editor
atsushi at ximian.com
Sun Mar 5 07:25:31 EST 2006
I just tried it - great work :-) Its context-aware completion is nicely
working (I tried global and xs:element). I should take some time and
try to add RELAX NG grammar support as well.
BTW I found below in XmlSchemaCompletionData.cs:
/// The XmlSchema class throws an exception if we attempt to load
/// the xhtml1-strict.xsd schema. It does not like the fact that
/// this schema redefines the xml namespace, even though this is
/// allowed by the w3.org specification.
I don't think xhml1-strict.xsd is actually rejected, but if you found
don't hesitate to report it on bugzilla ;-)
For this case, xmlns declaration for "xml" in xhtml1-strict.xsd is bound
http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace , so it should not raise an error.
If it was different namespace URI, then it is *not* allowed by W3C
"Namespaces in XML" specification - because of "Namespace Constraint:
Leading "XML"" and "Namespace Constraint: Prefix Declared").
BTW thanks for those XSD bug reports.
> The source code for the XML Editor is now available from SourceForge.
> As in my previous email, it is about 90% complete, there are a few
> bits and pieces that are missing that will be added shortly.
> 1) Requirements
> The latest version of MonoDevelop from the repository and MonoDevelop
> 2) Download
> The source code can checked out from the Subversion repository using:
> svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/md-xed/trunk md-xmleditor
> 3) Installation
> ./autogen.sh --prefix=/path/to/monodevelop
> make install
> Or use the MonoDevelop.XmlEditor solution. Further information in the README.
> 4) How to use
> An overview and screenshots can be found at:
> 5) Issues and Missing Features
> Known issues and missing features can be found in the TODO document.
> 6) Bugs and Feature Requests
> 7) Thanks
> Atsushi Eno for fixing XML schema problems as fast as I can report them.
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