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tX XML editor


KDE Text Processing

Score 73%
tX XML editor

Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  3431
Submitted:  Mar 14 2005
Updated:  Jun 19 2006


tX, formerly known as Teddy, is a tabular XML editor. It presents the structure and content of XML files in a way that is both visually pleasing and easy to use. Its features include the abiltiy to view XML in an hierarchical way without extraneous syntax or interface elements, edit data like a spreadsheet, enter data without having to worry about encoding rules, make major structural changes with minimal effort, cut and paste between most spreadsheet applications, and export to HTML.


Support for Qt version 4. Elements without subelements are now saved compacted with a closing "../>" instead of . Attribute-value quotes changed from ' to ". New menu icons - some original, some from art.gnome.org. German language translation. User definable html help system for XML file formats.

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 by mvillarino on: Oct 6 2005
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Compiles perfectly on debian testing.
I find it usefull for the edition/translation of documentation of docbooks.
It need a small improvement on the visual area, in particular on icons and also, I should prefer that the elements where displayed wider (now I find then too narrow for the height they have.
In particular, It would be preferable to adjust the leftmos border of the leftmost cell to the left border of the display area.
But remember, this appreciations are based on a docbook edition/translation basis.

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 interesting approach

 by jel on: Jun 19 2006
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Hmm. Not my idea of a nice interface, but it's a very interesting approach :)

Does anyone know of a conglomerate-like xml editor for KDE? Or just a conglomerate clone that's being actively developed?

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 Compilation problem

 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 19 2006
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Make complains that tx was created with a too recent version of the QT designer. I have QT4 Designer installed but it seems to only find the qt3 designer which is not installed any longer (but ist rc and rc.lock files are still around).

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 Re: Compilation problem

 by jinsookang on: Jun 19 2006
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You may have to correct your PATH to the new location of Qt 4.


which qmake

If that points to Qt 3, then your path needs to be changed to where you installed Qt 4.

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 Re: Re: Compilation problem

 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 19 2006
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I have a qmake on $kdedir/bin and a qmake-qt4 on /usr/bin. Guess I should run this one!

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 Tutorial ?

 by dovidhalevi on: Jun 20 2006
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This is an original interface and it is not intuitive as to what is going on in that grid ... until one loads a ready made XML file!

So ... such a file might come with the program explaining how to use it in place.

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 Re: Tutorial ?

 by jinsookang on: Jun 20 2006
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Point taken. I'll provide examples and tutorials in the next release.

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