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jEdit is free and cross-platform; you can download it from
http://www.jedit.org/. I've used it with TEI and it was fine, so I
think it should work with EAD as well. To use it with XML you should
be sure to download the following plugins:

ErrorList
SideKick
XML
XSLT
XmlIndenter

Note also that at the moment you should use Java 1.3.1 rather than
Java 1.4 (but this may change).

I liked it quite a bit; we used it in a hands-on TEI training session
and it was easy to use but also functional.

>Dear all,
>
>Can anyone recommend a validating XML editor for Mac which is happy with the
>EAD dtd? Preferably, this would be one that is available in the UK and that
>wouldn't break the bank as I'll be paying for it out of my own pocket!
>
>Thanks in advance for any help.
>
>Alan Bell
>
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>Alan R Bell
>Manuscripts Curator
>National Library of Scotland
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>
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