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Re: [xsl] browsers with XSL capabilities

From: Robert Koberg <rob@---------->
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Date: 3/17/2001 8:06:00 AM
>
> > I have been working with open source products (xalan, xerces) for
display
> > and with Interwoven as the content management/entry tool and it sucks!
> > Perhaps it is that our implementors cannot create a usable gui (totally
> > possible) but I have not seen any user friendly systems for entering
content
> > (and I have looked) that will end up as XML. It is a major failing.
>
> epcEdit (www.tksgml.de) is late beta. Needs some work still but
> extremely promising and already very usable. Runs tcl so it is
> also cross-platform.

I would not consider this a user friendly interface to a non-technical
person as I know most editors to be.


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