Syncro Soft Ltd, producer of XML Editor, has announced the immediate availability of version 7.2 of its XML Editor, Schema Editor, and XSLT/XQuery Debugger.
New features in version 7.2, include: a Subversion (SVN) client, which allows users to browse repositories, check for changes, review, merge and commit changes, update working copy, and examine the revision history; Schema support enhancements include support for flattening XML Schema, rename re-factoring action, and find declarations, or references of XML Schema components.
There are new editing actions available in the contextual menu of the full model diagram view allowing the addition of new elements and editing their attributes. A new regular expressions builder has been added that helps construct and test regular expressions allowed in XML Schema restriction patterns. Users can generate a large set of XML document samples based on a given XML Schema using the XML Schema instance generator tool; the HTML documentation for XML Schema has been improved, where the generated schema diagram images contain image maps allowing to click directly on a diagram component to navigate to the documentation for that component; Support for XQuery execution over an XML native database was extended by adding the following engines: X-Hive/DB XML Database, MarkLogic XML Database, and TigerLogic XML Database. One or more input XQuery files are accepted and the function namespaces are configurable; the possibility to generate a brief documentation listing the services, bindings, port types, and messages defined in a WSDL file, the addition of a dockable view called Dynamic Help that changes its content automatically to the relevant help page for the focused editor, view or dialog and support to configure the background color for syntax highlighting tokens.
XML Editor and XSLT Debugger is available immediately in two editions: Multi-platform Academic/Non-profit license costs $48.00; Multi-platform Professional license costs $180.00 (20% off from the list price) if purchased before June 15, 2006.