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QXmlEdit 0.8.13

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QXmlEdit 0.8.13

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QXmlEdit is an open source, cross-platform, totally free and very intuitive graphical application implemented in C++ around the Qt GUI toolkit and designed from the offset to act as an XML editor, as well as a viewer for XSD files.

Features at a glance

Key features include unique data visualization modes, support for encodings, capable XML presentation and manipulation, searchlets, customizable hierarchical view of XML elements, as well as a built-in viewer for binary files.

The software allows users to easily and quickly split big XML files into fragments, as well as to compare them. It provides a graphical XSD viewer, fast XML hierarchy navigation, base64 data handling, and custom visualization styles.

In addition, QXmlEdit features a columnar view, sessions, map view of a XML document, XML snippets, an XSL specialized mode, and support for all mainstream operating systems (see the next section for details).

Getting started with QXmlEdit

While the developers provide native installers for the Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows OSes, they only offer you a source tarball (TAR archive) for GNU/Linux systems, which means that you will have to compile the program prior to installing it.

As an alternative, you can open your default package manager app, search for the ‘qxmledit’ package and install it from the main software repositories of your Linux distribution. If it cannot be found there, grab the latest version from Softpedia, save it on your PC and unpack it.

Open a terminal emulator, use the ‘cd’ command to navigate to the location of the extracted archive files (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/qxmledit-0.8.12), execute the ‘qmake-qt4’ command to configure the source code, followed by the ‘make’ command to compile it.

Simply install QXmlEdit on your Linux system by executing the ‘make install’ command as root or the ‘sudo make install’ command as a privileged user after a successful compilation. Open the program from the main menu of your desktop environment.


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