Release Notes: This release fixed various cases. The project uses relative paths by default, and drag 'n drop has been improved inside the XML tree. Expression parentheses are highlighted. The Visual Schema Editor can export the current diagram as a picture (JPEG or PNG). DocBook properties are managed. There are various user interface improvements.
Release Notes: This release improves the schema validator and includes an XSLT 2.0 validator. The user can generate document instances from a DTD element or a schema element. The diff system has been rewritten. The user can easily navigate in the structure with various shortcuts. Drag 'n drop is managed for the visual schema editor.
Release Notes: This version includes an XQuery editor and a CSS editor. It can generate XML instances from a DTD or a W3C Schema. Various schema types (date, time, etc.) are managed by the content assistant. W3C Schema Annotation are managed for displaying comments inside the assistant. Each error is shown inside the tabbed pane. Various problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds an XML Snippets system. Thus it is possible to store and restore complex XML structures. The main toolbar includes actions for navigating inside previous/next files. XML Diff works with current XML files. A new formatting scenario has been added for trimming text. A dozen bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release is focused on formatting and refactoring. Search facilities have been added. The XSLT Editor offers an HTML and XSL-FO content assistant. Various bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This service pack includes an XSLT profiler and fixes various problems with the XSLT debugger. Users can transform an XSL-FO document from an XSLT action, all in one operation. Actions were added for nodes for duplicating the previous/next sibling node. This release also fixes dozen of bugs and improves global performance.
Release Notes: The XML editor includes a visual XML schema editor. HTML documentation can be generated from an XML schema. This release extends the project management. It contains many user interface improvements. Somes actions are pure XML, like copy/select/cut/comment the current node. XSLT documents and RelaxNG are validated. The DTD editor has been extended for improving the syntax checking. An XHTML preview is available while editing.
Release Notes: This release includes a new window framework. The project manager has been extended. System drag'n'drop is managed. The XSLT Editor has been improved; this is the case for the XPath 1.0 and 2.0 editor. File encoding and type can be changed at any time. This version fixes a dozen bugs.
Release Notes: This major release includes about 50 improvements divided in the standard, XSLT, and schema editors. The error management has been rewritten, and the content assistant supports various cases. For example, it detects available types taking into account the current namespace with W3C schema. You can build your XSLT document with simple drag'n'drop from the data source to the XSLT editor. Each editor can be extracted, so you can have several editors in the same space.
Release Notes: This release fixed various bugs for the content assistant on W3C Schema. It includes cardinalities, include, the 'all' connector, or the redefine element. The FOP support has been enhanced to include better error management and rendering capacity. The dialog location and size could be wrong; this has been fixed. The Schema generator has been fixed for namespace and for the document output. The tree actions work for several documents. Unicode is managed for XPath expression.