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Firstobject`s free XML editor for Windows is called foxe.



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Firstobject`s Free XML editor for Windows is called foxe. It loads big files (multi-megabyte) fast and lets you format XML and edit HTML and any loosely formed XML or other markup. 
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Download the latest firstobject XML editor here. Summary of foxe 2.4.2:

  • filename first in foxe title bar
  • -run on command line arguments
  • period for data value in tree customization
  • foal: increased the size limit on num
  • foal: CMarkup updates
  • foal: fix for file read mode *Thank you Aditya Raut!
  • foal: StrTrim with optional flag 1=left, 2=right
  • Watch mode in the View menu
  • Watch file extensions in Preferences
  • Details below. The most noticeable aspect of this release is in the title bar. For brevity, the application name "foxe" is used instead of "firstobject XML editor" and the filename appears first in the title bar followed by the path. This can be a bit jarring if you are used to looking at the end of the title to find the part you want to see, but it overcomes problems with long paths in the Windows task bar. This release introduces CMarkup improvements from 11.3, 11.4 and 11.5 including GetNthAttrib, whitespace trimming, and a fix for File read GetSubDoc incomplete. With the new StrTrim function, call StrTrim(s) to trim the whitespace at beginning and end of s, or call StrTrim(s,1) to trim just at the beginning, StrTrim(s,2) for just the end. Command line -run now passes arguments to the script function being called and allows you to specify a specific function. See Using the firstobject XML editor from the command line. You can use a period for the data value in tree customization, see update in Tree customization in the firstobject XML editor. In FOAL scripting, the num type can now handle $1.00 values to 10 thousand trillion. Its capacity was increased from about 9 places of precision to about 18. See Size limit on 'num' datatype. Previously the "watch" feature was only supported with the command line -watch option. Now you can toggle Watch mode in the View menu, and specify Watch file extensions in the Preferences dialog. In Watch File mode, the document is read-only and reloaded whenever modified on disk; you can move cursor to end (Ctrl+End) to act like a "tail" utility. If you specify Watch file extensions in the Preferences dialog, e.g. *.log;*.stat, those files will come up automatically in Watch mode. As you might expect, the Watch mode option is disabled for new documents not on disk yet.   Size limit on 'num' datatype Matthew Keene 12-Apr-2011 Is there a size limit on the 'num' datatype? I appear to be getting a numeric overflow when trying to sum financial information in an XML document. I used the 'Generate Program'->'Sum' function to sum the value of an element in the file, the actual sum of the value is [over 27000000.00], yet the generated program returns the sum as [a large negative number]. If there is a limit, is there any other data type that I can use to avoid the overflow? Thanks for reporting this! The limit has been increased in release 2.4.2.   editor re-release Ben Bryant 02-Jul-2010 I mistakenly released build number 404 instead of 416 on June 12, so I've put the correct one up. Minor differences included right-click bug in tree editbox.   editor 2.4.1 edit XML in tree Ben Bryant 12-Jun-2010 Release 2.4.1 lets you edit XML in the tree view and see the changes in the text view as you go. This is a safer way to edit XML because it will do the escaping of special characters for you. The most noticeable change in this release of the editor is that the tree background is grayed out whenever you edit the text view. This is a visual cue to signify that the tree is out of sync with the text document to make it more self-explanatory why the behavior can be unexpected such as when you click into an element in the tree that no longer exists in the actual XML document text. But there are lots of actions that cause it to be parsed and synchronized again such as F5 Refresh and F7 Parse, or even F8 Format, File Save etc. However, when you are editing in the tree then both views remain in sync.
  • tree view background is grayed when you edit the text view until re-parsed
  • edit XML element and attribute values right in the tree view
  • tree customization values are green to differentiate from data values that can be edited
  • command line pre-select text e.g. foxe -offset 10 -fromoffset 5 file.xml
  • command line execute FOAL script e.g. foxe -run program.foal
  • command line -watch argument for auto-reloading and read-only viewing the tail of log files
  • improvement in the way expanding a node in the tree view makes the child nodes visible
  • documents that do not begin with < are assumed not to be markup and the tree stays blank
  • fix: foal filenames were broken for non-ASCII, now support your Windows locale characters (still not ideal, I know)
  • fix: foal StrUpper StrLower memory leak

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