Eclipse has a good XML editor built in.

On 1/22/08, Merrill, Jason <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>I'm looking for a tool that generates XML.  It's for quiz
> >>questions/answers loaded into Flash.  We currently edit the
> >>.xml files by hand, but it's messy and causes cross-eyes.  Is
> >>Altova XML Spy a good tool for this purpose? Are there other,
> >>less expensive ones?
>
> Microsoft XML Notepad is really nice and really free. Keeps your nodes
> in a tree-like structure that is easy to navigate. Altova XML Spy is
> expensive and probably way more capable that what your needs are.
>
> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=72D6AA49-787D-4
> 118-BA5F-4F30FE913628&displaylang=en
>
>
> Jason Merrill
> Bank of America
> GT&O L&LD Solutions Design & Development
> eTools & Multimedia
>
> Bank of America Flash Platform Developer Community
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