I've found a bunch of programs that can edit huge XML files, but not render them. I've tried Firefox and Opera, both crash. Any ideas? The filesize is about 75 MB. By render I mean how it looks like in a browser, not the source code. Just like HTML code "transforms" into a web page.

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    What do you exactly mean by rendering? Does it have to include xml schema and transformation so you get an actual designed dataset out of your file? Edit: Also, what kind of filesize are we talking about? Edit2: And please update your question with answers to this comment :) – private_meta Jun 18 '14 at 8:31

If you want the xml to be displayed, just wrap the xml in xmp tags and put it in the body of the html page.

If you want to edit, xmlspy or oxygen can help you. Both have free trials.

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  • I tried to just open the xml file (becuase firefox should display the file correctly) but it crashes. I won't help if I open it as a html file – Calibration Jun 18 '14 at 9:02

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