[sword-devel] Insidious mismatched tag errors: recommendations
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Thu Sep 20 14:26:45 MST 2012
There are a number of pieces of software out there that will
pretty-print the XML for you, with indenting and whatnot. Overly
indented for what you would want in production but decent for
debugging mismatching nesting and the like.
For example, 'xmllint --format' will properly indent the file, etc. I
don't know how it will handle poorly formed XML.
GUI editors can do wonders as well. On Windows I use Notepad++ and
manually set it to display XML. gEdit and Geany - I believe - both
support similar display worlds. And there are some plugins for Eclipse
that might handle what you need as well.
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 4:19 PM, Karl Kleinpaste <karl at kleinpaste.org> wrote:
> Andrew Thule <thulester at gmail.com> writes:
>> One of my least favour things is finding mismatched tags in OSIS.xml files
>> Has anyone successfully climbed this summit?
> XEmacs and xml-mode (and font-lock-mode). M-C-f and M-C-b execute
> sgml-forward-element and -backward-. That is, sitting at the beginning
> of <tag>, M-C-f (meta-control-f) moves forward to the matching </tag>,
> properly handling nested tags.
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