Daniel Naber wrote in some time
inform us of a new XML plugin for
Kate. "The plugin gives hints about what's allowed at a certain position in
an XML file, according to the file's DTD. It will list possible
elements, attributes, attribute values or entities, depending on the
cursor position. You can also close an open element with a keyboard
shortcut. DocBook is also supported, so hopefully people will use Kate +
XML plugin to write KDE documentation." This should be useful to the
tons of us working with
structured data in XML. I gave KXMLEditor a whirl the other day but although it looks nice, it basically ignored my DTD. I hear Richard Moore also has XMElegance in the making. Yup.
In other unreleased software news, Mosfet wrote
in to point us to his PixiePlus
It's slated to have tons of new stuff and candy.
Finally, Nick Betcher wrote in to point us to
www.KDEdevelopers.net, a brand new
PHP-Nuke site providing various free services to KDE developers such as
web hosting (PHP, SQL), email (SMTP, POP3), FTP, DNS, subdomains, etc. Seems
is already nicely hosted there.
More info at the site.