Experimental support for CGM images, more
Syncro Soft has updated its Oxygen XML multi-platform editor to version 13.2, which most prominently adds a new Syntax Highlight feature capable of handling many mixed content types. The update also improves authoring support by including an updated DITA Mats Metrics Report, improves JSON editing support and bidirectional document rendering, adds "experimental" support for CGM images, extends the XML-native database support with find-and-replace capabilities and more.
Extends ePub support, TEI conversion, more
Version 13 of Syncro Soft's Oxygen XML Editor has been released, focusing on user-interface improvements, transformation scenarios, ePub support, DITA improvements, JSON support and more. The company has also introduced Oxygen XML Developer, a separate program that collects the XML development features of Oxygen XML Editor in a separate tool for users who many not need the visual editing support.
Adds Smart Paste and a Quick Assist helper
Syncro Soft ahve updated their Oxygen XML editor and authoring tool to v12.1, bringing a new "smart paste" function that automatically converts content from Office-style suites to DITA, DocBook or TEI formats, introducing a new Quick Assist feature and updating the integrated Subversion client and XML diff and merge tools to match the capabilities found in their companion products, Syncro SVN Client v6.1 and Oxygen XML Diff v3 among other improvements.
XML Editor/Author updated
Syncro Soft has updated Oxygen XML Editor (and Oxygen XML Author) to version 9.3. The update's main feature is archive-editing support. Users can extract, validate, edit and process the XML data in OpenDocument files and other ZIP-based archives. The software also supports transformations using XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0 and XQuery on files inside ZIP-based archives and users can compare and merge archived files. It works with OOXML, ODF, JAR and other zip-based archives. Oxygen XML Editor and XML Author are cross-platform, working on Windows, Linux/Unix and Eclipse, in addition to the Mac platform. Oxygen XML Editor costs $300 for a professional license while XML Author costs $180. There are also enterprise and education licenses and a 30-day trial is available.
Oxygen XML 9.2 ships
Syncro Soft has released the v9.2 update to Oxygen XML Editor, a cross-platform, WYSIWYG XML toolset, which provides a variety of services including XQuery debugging. It is available solo, or as an Eclipse IDE plug-in. The new version of the software improves DITA support, with a new DITA maps manager, and a toolchain for generating DITA output in formats including HTML, XHTML and PDF. The newest DITA Open Toolkit is integrated through normal transformation scenarios support.
Incubator 2.4 for Leopard
Austin-based Mindcad today unveiled Incubator 2.4, an update to its outlining and brainstorming program designed for visual thinkers. The new version brings with it Leopard compatibility, and the ability to import and export FreeMind maps. In addition to supporting the new XML-based format, users can also upload or download shared maps from MindMeister. Incubator is available in English, German, and French languages, and sells for $50 from Mindcad's website.