It's a GPL licensed project.
>From: Joerg Rieger <Joerg.Rieger@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de>
>We are pleased to announce the release of the following program:
>The XSBROWSER (XML Schema) wants to communicate the meaning of XML
>The xsbrowser aims at creating a human readable document model from a
>given DTD (REC-xml-19980210) or XML schema (REC-xmlschema-1-20010502).
>The user needn't understand the DTD / XML Schema syntax.
>As a main feature, the xsbrowser exploits human readable material
>contained in DTD comments and XML Schema documentation and presents it
>to the user who is interested in the meaning of XML documents.
>The xsbrowser allows navigating an XML document model and creating
>valid XML instance documents using an HTML browser. Enumerated values are
>listed in a select box, i.e. completely structured and coded XML
>documents can be created by pure means of a computer mouse!
>Take a short look at the changes that improved v2.0 in comparison with
>- Simple XML editor has been added.
>- User interface has been improved.
>- Performance of xsbrowser (loading, dynamic optimization of hot spots)
> has been improved.
>- More comprehensive documentation of xsbrowser is available.
>- DTD comments are mapped onto XML Schema documentation.
>- Documentation of XML markup/values is sorted in ascending order.
>- Examples have been added (DTD/XML schema).
>The XSBROWSER is available for free as Java source at:
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