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Sextante is called Processing in QGIS 2.0 and the Processing toolbox is a separate standalone within QGIS with additional GRASS, SAGA and other tools.
The old Openstreetmap plugin had the ability to edit and upload the data back to the OSM Servers. This was dropped, because the OSM editors are better, and keeping up to date with the OSM tagging would need more time than the plugin authors want to spend on it. You can however change properties of the points, lines and polygons layers inside QGIS, as you do ...
I am pretty sure it's a part of the Production Mapping extension. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//010300000214000000 This is not a free extention. (approx $9000) I don't think there is a free trial for this one ethier altough you might be able to contact your ESRI rep and see what you can do. At least it is not listed as the trial ...
I believe there is unfortunately no API exposed in ArcObjects to achieve what you're looking for.
I Guess its not possible this way. I have successfully created the toolbar, following the steps in this link http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/arcobjects-net/conceptualhelp/index.html#//0001000001ms000000 One have to use Desktop Addin Container (Template), it will be a type of XML, and by some minor modifications the toolbar will be created. The link ...
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