14 Jul 2002 jlipton   » (Observer)

I am pleased to announce the release of the Xerlin open source XML Editor project http://www.xerlin.org.

Xerlin is an open source, java based, XML editor released under an Apache style license. It has an extensible architecture designed to support customized user interfaces.

Users and developers are welcome to use and contribute to the project. Source and binary distributions are available, including the latest CVS sources.

Xerlin includes software developed by ChannelPoint, Inc. for use in the Merlot XML Editor www.merlotxml.org (the original Merlot site is no longer active). ChannelPoint founded and hosted the Merlot XML Editor as an open source project during 2000-2001. Xerlin has been created to build on those foundations, and has the support of many of the same Developers.

The Xerlin project is hosted by SpeedLegal (http://www.speedlegal.com), the XML-based document assembly company.

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