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= GNOME Tools =
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== GNOME Tools ==
  
== Bluefish ==
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=== Bluefish ===
  
 
From the [http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html Bluefish]  website:
 
From the [http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/index.html Bluefish]  website:
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"Currently, references are included for Apache, DHTML, Doc<code></code>Book, HTML, PHP, and SQL. A GTK reference is available, and support for Perl and Python will be added. You may also create your own function reference."
 
"Currently, references are included for Apache, DHTML, Doc<code></code>Book, HTML, PHP, and SQL. A GTK reference is available, and support for Perl and Python will be added. You may also create your own function reference."
  
== Conglomerate ==
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=== Conglomerate ===
  
 
[http://www.conglomerate.org/ Conglomerate]  "aims to be an XML editor that everyone can use. In particular, our primary goal is to create the ultimate editor for Doc<code></code>Book and similar formats."
 
[http://www.conglomerate.org/ Conglomerate]  "aims to be an XML editor that everyone can use. In particular, our primary goal is to create the ultimate editor for Doc<code></code>Book and similar formats."
  
== MlView ==
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=== MlView ===
  
 
"The [http://www.freespiders.org/projects/gmlview/ MlView]  project is an ongoing effort to develop an xml editor for the GNOME environment. It is written in C/C++ and uses the gnome libraries (libxml2, gtkmm, libgnome*, etc)."
 
"The [http://www.freespiders.org/projects/gmlview/ MlView]  project is an ongoing effort to develop an xml editor for the GNOME environment. It is written in C/C++ and uses the gnome libraries (libxml2, gtkmm, libgnome*, etc)."

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GNOME Tools

Bluefish

From the Bluefish website:

"Bluefish is a powerful editor for experienced web designers and programmers based on the GTK2 GUI interface. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages, but focuses on editing dynamic and interactive websites.

Bluefish is not a WYSIWYG[1] text editor. This is deliberate, allowing the programmer to stay in full control. To facilitate the editing process, a large number of features are at your disposal. For inserting markup and code, there are tool bars, dialogs, and predefined/user-customized menus. Syntax highlighting, advanced search/replace functionality, scalability and language function references make Bluefish a powerful tool for development."

"Currently, references are included for Apache, DHTML, DocBook, HTML, PHP, and SQL. A GTK reference is available, and support for Perl and Python will be added. You may also create your own function reference."

Conglomerate

Conglomerate "aims to be an XML editor that everyone can use. In particular, our primary goal is to create the ultimate editor for DocBook and similar formats."

MlView

"The MlView project is an ongoing effort to develop an xml editor for the GNOME environment. It is written in C/C++ and uses the gnome libraries (libxml2, gtkmm, libgnome*, etc)."

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