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QXmlEdit is a simple XML editor based on Qt libraries.

NOTE: This project is looking for a maintainer to take over the QXmlEdit snap project before the end of March 2021. If no one is found before then, the snap will be removed from the Snap store to avoid security issues. Anyone interested in becoming the maintainer should respond to the [open issue](https://github.com/frederickjh/qxmledit/issues/16) on GitHub.


QXmlEdit is a simple XML editor based on Qt libraries. Its main features are unusual data visualization modes, nice XML manipulation and presentation and it is multi platform. It can split very big XML files into fragments, and compare XML and XSD files. It was born on [Google code](https://code.google.com/p/qxmledit).



[Snap project](https://github.com/frederickjh/qxmledit)

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26 February 2021

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