I personally don't (I use Notetab, mainly out of habit than any good reason), but our web people use Dreamweaver to edit their XML files.  Basically, Dreamweaver is just a pumped-up text editor, so you can use it to hard-code anything.  Now, its WSIWYG component is not compatible with XML, only HTML.  But if you just select "View>Code" it should work fine.   Also, if you're doing any XML-->HTML transformation or XML validation, Dreamweaver doesn't support those things either.
I am also unsure if Dreamweaver supports other tag libraries like Notetab does.  Someone else on the listerv could speak to that.
Jordon Steele
Biddle Law Library
University of Pennsylvania Law School
(215) 898-5011

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Subject: using dreamweaver 8 for ead??

Has anyone ever used dreamweaver 8 for ead and xslt?  We are in the process of recussitating a moribund archival unit and hope to get some of our new finding aids online in ead format.  We currently have dreamweaver 8 software for web page development and thought that it *might* be easier to keep/produce all of our web docs with this software.  Suggestions?  Thoughts?

Deirdre Joyce
University Archivist & Special Collections Librarian
Robert R. Muntz Library
The University of Texas at Tyler