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I can't install xml editor and tools
Submitted by Ignacio Irurzun on Tue, 2021-04-06 09:16
I have installed the latest version of the Eclipse IDE for java developers and I want to work with XML and XSLT. It seems that I can create XML files without problem but I couldn't find anything related to XSLT. Doing some research, I found that this plug-in is the solution but I followed different ways to try to install the plugin but I am always getting this error message.
Could not find https://download.eclipse.org/release/latest
What should I do?
Thanks in advance,
Re: I can't install xml editor and tools
Submitted by Nitin Dahyabhai on Tue, 2021-04-06 10:48
Yep, that's typo on my part. It should be rectified shortly.
where is it?
Submitted by Missing name Mising name on Fri, 2020-10-16 11:22
Okay, I installed in Eclipse 2006 from the market place. Where is it, how do I use it? XML files still open in a text editor. Are there usage instructions anywhere? Does the XML editor have a name I can identify on the "Open With" menu? It just doesn't seem to be there.
Re: where is it?
Submitted by Nitin Dahyabhai on Wed, 2020-10-21 08:07
Yes, it'll appear in the Open With menu as the XML Editor. Are you really using a 14 year old release?
Re: Re: where is it?
Submitted by Missing name Mising name on Mon, 2020-11-09 11:25
Thanks for reply. Sorry, meant 2020-06 :) Now I have 2020-09.
The "Open With" menu just says "XML Editor", which it had before installing the plugin, so hard to verify what it actually is. But I'm able to get satisfactory XML display -- I hadn't noticed the "Design" tab at the bottom of the window that switches it from text view to an XML tree view. A view I'd like to have is a "text xml" view where it is simply a text file with indentations showing the hierarchical nesting. The file I have has no line ends, so it is all on one line in the "Source" view. I found that the "Source | Format" menu choice seems to work and do that, indent the source in text view. So I'm happy with whatever plugin is there. Just not clear which one it is.
Re: Re: Re: where is it?
Submitted by Nitin Dahyabhai on Sat, 2020-12-19 23:43
That's the XML Editor by the sounds of it. There's no view for formatted file contents separate from the Source page which has the actual file contents. I'm not sure how widely useful it would be, but it's an interesting idea.
Syntax hilighting not working.
Submitted by Karthik Arumugam on Tue, 2017-11-07 09:58
I am using linux mint 18.
In that syntax highlighting is not working.
I am using Eclipse oxygen june 2017 update.
Re: Syntax hilighting not working.
Submitted by Nitin Dahyabhai on Tue, 2018-02-06 17:22
For which language, and in which editor?