XML Shell: xmlsh

http://www.xmlsh.org https://github.com/xmlsh/xmlsh1_3 they also provide a Java .jar file and a shell script etc around it, so you can run it on your platform http://www.xmlsh.org/CommandCsv2xml – builtin csv2xml, funny! http://www.xmlsh.org/CommandRngconvert – that’s trang, dealing with “Relax NG“ examples for csv2xml: $ csv2xml -header my_file.csv $ csv2xml -header -attr my_file.csv # for CSV files created by Excel… Continue reading XML Shell: xmlsh

nXML mode – James Clark’s page (i.e. the author’s)

http://www.thaiopensource.com/nxml-mode/ nxml-mode works best with an RELAX-NG schema / grammar corresponding to the XML being edited. http://relaxng.org/ http://www.thaiopensource.com/relaxng/trang.html is there a way to translate XSD to RNG? is there a way to translate Schematron to RNG? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14803562/how-to-convert-an-xml-schema-xsd-to-relax-ng ??? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/122089/xsd-to-rnc-or-rng-conversion-unix-command-line !!! http://www.xml.gr.jp/relax/ http://debeissat.nicolas.free.fr/XSDtoRNG.php https://java.net/projects/msv http://search.maven.org/#browse%7C738029748 – msv

editing XML documents in emacs using nxml-mode

One good reason for not not authoring in XML is not having a suitable editor or IDE. I personally use and recommend emacs and James Clark‘s nxml-mode. I create and modify all sorts of XML documents this way. If you supply nxml-mode with the right schema for your document, nxml-mode can even help you with tag completion and document… Continue reading editing XML documents in emacs using nxml-mode