[Freeswitch-users] XML editors and freeswitch XML spec compliance?

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Mon May 4 12:12:00 PDT 2009

I recommend something that does syntax highlighting without all the pedantic
nonsense. In a Windows environment I've used notepad++ and notepad2. In a
Linux environment I've just used Kedit in the GUI environment but emacs and
vim work nicely in the text-only environment. In OSX I use emacs in a texty
environment and good ol' TextMate (no bundle) in the GUI environment.

You have many choices. If you need something more "powerful" then I would
look to see if you can tell your editor not to get its knickers in a twist
when "<xml>" isn't on the first line of the file. :)


On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 11:52 AM, Jay Austad <austad at signal15.com> wrote:

> Has anyone found a decent XML editor for the XML files?  I loaded the
> files up in OrangeVolt under Eclipse, but didn't have much time to
> play around with it.
> Also, I tried opening them with an XML plugin for TextMate, and it
> says the files are not compliant.  The reason is that the first line
> of each files is a comment describing the file, followed by the <xml>
> tag.  Apparently, the <xml> tag needs to be the first line in the file
> for compliance to the spec.
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