The free, native, XSLT 2.0, XPath 2.0, and XQuery 1.0 debugging palette your favorite Mac OS X text editor has been missing.
1.3.3 is a bug fix release that should resolve classpath issues that prevented XSLPalette from working for many users.
Also a couple of small treats:
I've added one small feature: a user default for making the XSLPalette window a non-floating panel. This will prevent XSLPalette from floating above all other windows if you so desire:
defaults write us.dalo.XSLPalette floatingPanel -bool NO
New in XSLPalette 1.3:
New in XSLPalette 1.2:
XSLPalette 1.2 adds XQuery support via two bundled XQuery processors: Saxon and NSXML. Now select XSLT or XQuery as your query/transformation language, set global query parameters, and choose from multiple processors all from the UI.
New in XSLPalette 1.1:
Mac OS X is still missing a powerful, attractive, native XML IDE with XSLT debugging capabilities. A few Java-based tools exist with many advanced features... but many are payware, and none feel like they really 'fit in' on OS X.
Meanwhile, OS X has some excellent native text editors like BBEdit, TextMate, Xcode, and others. However, these fantastic editors do not have XSLT debugging features.
XSLPalette is a floating palette that brings XSLT 1.0 & 2.0 debugging features to your favorite text editor. I like to combine Marc Liyanage's XSTL BBEdit Gossary for XSLT code auto-completion with XSLPalette for a full-featured XSLT editing environment.
XSLPalette is a floating, non-activating palette that will integrate well with your favorite text editor. It's almost like the XSLT palatte your editor has been missing. XSLPalette will add the following to your text editor: