XMLmind
XMLmind
9.1.0

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XMLmind free download for Mac

XMLmind

9.1.0
19 September 2019

Strictly validating XML editor.

Overview

XMLmind is a strictly validating, near WYSIWYG editor for DocBook, DITA, MathML, XHTML, and XML. Because XMLmind is highly extensible, it may be also be used to create documents conforming to your own custom schema. Its users are generally technical writers who need to author large, complex, modular, documents. XMLmind is also available as attractively priced, "special editions" called: XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor, XMLmind XHTML Editor. XMLmind Personal Edition is free to use by many persons and organizations.

What's new in XMLmind

Version 9.1.0:
Enhancements:
  • Added a "Toggle the visibility of elements belonging to certain categories" button to the Edit tool. This menu is similar to the "Toggle the visibility of attributes belonging to certain categories" button already found in the Attributes tool.
  • XHTML5 configuration: updated our in-house XML Schema and added a companion Schematron in order to implement most of the conformance requirements for authors specified in the HTML Living Standard (starting from the 2019-07-18 update). More information in "About the XHTML 5 XML Schema and Schematron developed by XMLmind".
Bug fixes:
  • DITA Topic configuration: the dialog box used to specify a reference to a topic or non-topic element (e.g. href attribute of an xref or link element, conref and conrefend attributes, etc) listed URIs having fragments starting with "#./" (an abbreviated fragment-identifier syntax introduced in DITA 1.3 that replaces the topic ID with "." ) for some cases for which this syntax is invalid.
  • Copying an XML element (using Java™ method Element.copy()) in a document in which the comparison of revisions was enabled (Tool|Revisions|Enable the Comparison of Revisions) also copied the serial number of this element. By chance, this was not a problem in any of the stock commands, but this could cause problems in custom commands created by third-party developers.

Complete list of changes can be found here

Requirements for XMLmind

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later

5 XMLmind Reviews

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Anonymous
14 April 2005

Most helpful

There's a review and benchmarking of XMLMind plus 22 other XML editors available at http://ahds.ac.uk/creating/information-papers/xml-editors/ Each of the editors are compared for 30 different features and recommendations are given for the best type of XML editor for different types of user.
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Version 2.9p1
Pir-anha
04 November 2012
there is no free personal edition anymore; the download link is dead, and when investigating on the site, it appears that only a 30-day demo version of the professional version exists now.
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Version 5.2.1
2 answer(s)
Sanjinko
Sanjinko
21 November 2016
There are 4 different XMLmind editors, with their respective personal editions, all FREE to download.
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Dylan-Mc
Dylan-Mc
17 May 2019
Their license page describes that each of their products has a free personal license option. https://www.xmlmind.com/xmleditor/which_license.html
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Anonymous
14 April 2005
There's a review and benchmarking of XMLMind plus 22 other XML editors available at http://ahds.ac.uk/creating/information-papers/xml-editors/ Each of the editors are compared for 30 different features and recommendations are given for the best type of XML editor for different types of user.
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Version 2.9p1
Anonymous
08 February 2005
Seems to work (Jaguar). The standard edition enables XHTML and DocBook authoring.
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Version 2.9
Anonymous
22 October 2004
For an alternative see www.butterflyxml.org!
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Version 2.8
1 answer(s)
Mx
Mx
18 July 2006
Butterfly is a Windows app. Take a look at the header on this website.
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Version 3.2
Anonymous
07 July 2004
dl didn't work. new file is at: http://www.xmlmind.net/xmleditor/_download/xxe-std-26p1.dmg
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Version 2.6p1
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