When Pollo opens a file, it will strip all text nodes that consist of
only whitespace (spaces, tabs, newlines). Otherwise a lot of white boxes
would be displayed in the tree for these nodes.
When saving a file, Pollo will do some pretty-serializing of the file.
The way this is done will become configurable in a future release.
When Pollo exits, it saves a file called ".pollorc" in your home directory. This file contains stuff like recently opened files and the location and size of Pollo's window.
When you open a file in Pollo that cannot be parsed, Pollo will display
it in text view. In that case, the file will
be opened with Java's default encoding (which depends on the platform).
To change the encoding of a file, switch to text mode and change it there
in the XML declaration.
I'll write about this later. If you are interested in this, please let