On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 03:54:29PM +0100, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
> Hi there,
> Is there an efficient way to use an external editor to edit DTML Documents? 
> Some people in my homepage group are tired of the ZMI and I can understand 
> them, especially because of a lack of syntax highlighting.
> There is the possibility of copy'n'paste and upload again, but that's ugly. I 
> also read that development on the Mozilla-based management tool is not 
> continued. (That's sad, BTW...)
> Could I use WebDAV (don't have any experience with it) to retrieve and save 
> the DTML source? If so, is there a good HTML source code editor (don't want 
> WYSIWYG!) for Windows or Linux supporting WebDAV?
> Any suggestions welcome!

You can use HTMLKit: 

It supports FTP better than any other Windows tool I know; it can
optionally open files without an extension inside itself. This is a
god-sent for DTML objects like standard_html_header.

There aren't any WebDAV enabled editors I know of that actually make use
of the added functionality of WebDAV server; they treat it like any other
FTP server. The only exception is Adobe GoLive 5; it uses WebDAV
properties and locking extensively; but you said No WYSIWYG.. :)

Martijn Pieters
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