I have used both and I much prefer using Oxygen, as the contextual
help is, well, helpful, and the capacity for transforming using XSLT
is a click away.
On May 6, 2010, at 11:13 AM, Michele R Combs wrote:
> I'm going to be teaching a one-day workshop on EAD encoding this
> summer and am debating with myself whether it's better to use a full-
> featured XML editor like oXygen, or go with something like NoteTab
> Pro or Notepad++ that just provides some general (mostly visual) XML
> assistance. I've used Notepad++ in the past with students in our
> LIS classes with pretty good success. I can think of fairly obvious
> pros and cons for both approaches. I'd appreciate your thoughts,
> particularly from anyone who has taught similar workshops.
> (be green - don't print this email!)
> Michele Combs
> Manuscripts Librarian
> Special Collections Research Center
> Syracuse University Libraries
> 222 Waverly Ave.
> Syracuse, NY 13244
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