The XML Hammer application is a tool that simplifies elementary XML actions like checking for well-formedness, validation, transformation, and xpath searches using any JAXP implementation.
|Tags||Text Processing Markup XSL/XSLT XML Software Development Utilities|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixes all previously outstanding issues, including a start-up problem when projects were (re)moved by the user.
Release Notes: This release fixes all previously outstanding issues, including major issues in the startup scripts, confusing "internal DTD" terminology, closing of output streams, and a native Windows launcher.
Release Notes: This release fixes all previously outstanding issues and adds out-of-the-box support for RelaxNG. Console output has improved. The .sh file no longer calls javaw. It is again possible to add items to the class-path.
Release Notes: This version features some major new functionality, including comprehensive help documentation, deactivate and activate properties, easier to use validation functionality, and more. Bugs with selecting items in combo-boxes using keys, issues when performing XPath searches, module initialization error handling, and other smaller bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version features some major new functionality, including live 'as you type' error information for XPath searches, Regular Expression, and other fields, the ability to perform text-based searches on the resulting output, the ability to open files in external editors and viewers and run projects 'head-less' from the command line, easier project creation using the 'New Project' wizards, support for XML Catalogs, better support for native look and feels, and much more.