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    XmlSpy Alternative


    Is there any free or open source alternative to XmlSpy? I want it to have the feature of graphically representing the relations between objects, because i want to view some XSD files. I tried to open them with Eclipse and Bluefish, but they open in text view, which is not very helpful in my case.

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    As far as I know, there is nothing out there like XMLSpy for graphical schema representation, they do have a 30 day free trial though if that helps.

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    I use XMLSpy at work but can't think of any true Linux alternative to it. However, if you look at their website here, it will apparently run under Wine.

    If you can live without the geographical viewing, Netbeans has some decent XML features/plugins.

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