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New Release of Oxygen's XML Editor and XML Author Announced

Version 9.3 adds as main feature the support for editing and processing resources inside ZIP-based packages including Microsoft Office 2007 (OOXML) and OpenDocument (ODF) documents.

New in version 9.3

Oxygen XML Editor and Oxygen XML Author offer support for editing, transforming and validating documents composing the Office Open XML (OOXML) package directly through the archive support. This support is also available for other zipped files.

Oxygen XML Editor and Oxygen XML Author allow you to extract, validate, edit and process the XML data stored in OpenDocument files and any other ZIP-based archive. These capabilities allow developers to use data from ODF documents together with validation and transformations (using XSLT or XQuery) to other file formats.

Transformations using XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0 and XQuery, validations and other operations are now available on files inside ZIP-based archives.

You can seamlessly compare and merge files in ZIP archives (like OOXML, ODF, JAR and others) using the Compare Directories tool. You can examine and merge differences in files from ZIP archives in the Compare Files tool.

Oxygen XML Editor and Oxygen XML Author include the Math 2.0 DTD's allowing validation and content completion in MathML XML documents.

A number of components were updated to their latest version. These include the eXist database support (version 1.2.2), the Saxon 9 XSLT and XQuery processor from Saxonica (version 9.0.0.6), the Xalan XSLT processor (version 2.7.1), the NekoHTML parser (version 1.9.7).



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