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I am searching for a few days now to find the suitable XML editor. After realizing that many of them don't do a lot more than eclipse the only difference being in the price, I started to use eclipse to edit the xml directlly. So I am curios if any of you know actually a way to edit xml files using a tree/grid view that displays errors on it. I guess the most important thing is that it should be able to suggest solutions in completing data on tree view by checking the schema. I would even be interested in a different editor as long as it delivers th

If any of you have any suggestions please help me!

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On what OS you you want it? – Nifle Aug 5 '11 at 11:48

XML Notepad is a handy tool.

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Since others have answered anyway:

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+1 for the notepad++ – woliveirajr Aug 5 '11 at 11:51

Try Emacs nXML mode. Emacs has everything, and it loads marginally faster than Eclipse ;)

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what about liquid xml editor, its a bit more heavy but I love the GUI, very neat and tidy. or checkout for more xml editors, good luck.

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