To provide a user interface for a given XML language, Daxe needs the language definition (given with an XML schema) and a configuration file describing the user interface for the language. It works in the same way as Jaxe, but the config files use a different language. An XSLT stylesheet is available in the config directory to transform a Jaxe configuration file into a Daxe one.
Specifically, configuration files contain basic information about the XML language (a link to the schema and a list of root elements), saving options, menus (especially to insert the elements), display types for the elements, and all the strings used in the interface, depending on the user language.
They are located in Daxe's config directory, and their names end with "_config.xml".