July 21, 2010 by firstname.lastname@example.org
QXmlEdit is a simple XML files editor. It is very simple and it lacks some features like explicit namespaces support, but it has some peculiarites. It is not a textual editor, but it is tree control based, so it is impossible to generate some XML syntax errors, like missing or misplaced closing tag. This advantage is more and more important with the growing of the XML file size.
Recent files menu
Diff between XML files (very simple)
Reload of current file
Zoom of fonts
Directly edit base 64 text in elements.
Edit inner XML or XML as base64 text in elements (one level only)
Count number of matches in 'find text'
Added 'file:' protocol to configuration paths open in browser.
Enlarged configuration dialog labels.
Updated the installation script