A posting from Mark Tracy announces the availability of MarrowSoft Xselerator XSLT Editor 2.0, with a free 30-day evaluation version. Xselerator is a fully functional XSL/XSLT IDE and debugger which "incorporates XSL/XSLT/XML editing, transformation, testing, and debugging... basically it's got everything an XSLT Editor should have plus a bit more. Editing functionality supports (1) a clear and easy to use IDE, (2) XSL/XSLT element and attribute intuitive (like Intellisense or code insight) drop-downs, (3) Automatic tag completion -- in XSL/XSLT tag completion follows model and, optionally, fills element with mandatory attributes, (4) HTML element and attribute intuitive drop-downs, (5) Full XSL, XSLT, XML and HTML color syntax highlighting -- fully customizable, (6) All the usual editor capabilities (cut, copy, paste, find, replace) plus special 'Copy as RTF' and 'Copy as HTML' features allowing syntax highlighting to be preserved when copying and pasting to word-processors, html editors and newsgroups etc. The XSLT debugger has full stepping capability, breakpoints on both XSLT and input XML, conditional breakpoints, view template call stack, watch values -- including full XPath expression watches, and support for MSXML3 transformations. The software supports transformation testing, wizards, XPath query analyzer, project files management, etc."