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xmlclitools

xmlclitools provides four command-line tools for searching, modifying, and formating XML data. The tools are designed to work in conjunction with standard *nix utilities such as grep, sort, and shell scripts.

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  •  08 Nov 2005 10:54

    Release Notes: The xmlserver socket will now try to copy file permissions from the XML file. The Makefile now supports configuring for dietlibc. Safer communications with xmlserver was implemented. Internal functions were implemented for UTF-8 encoding and decoding. The RPM spec file was fixed.

    •  25 Apr 2005 15:06

      Release Notes: Topnode is now written with properties intact. A bug concerning searches at the very top of the tree was fixed.

      •  15 Dec 2004 14:21

        Release Notes: The "-u" switch for xmlgrep was added to keep UTF-8 as the output encoding of text. xmlmod now tries protect itself (from SIGTERM) while saving of the modified file.

        •  10 Dec 2003 15:04

          Release Notes: A buffer bug in xmlgrep was fixed. This bug could cause the output to be truncated. xmlmod can now work with textnodes.

          •  23 Oct 2003 08:20

            Release Notes: xmlgrep now exits with true or false depending on whether a match is found. A -q option was also added for silencing output.

            Recent comments

            28 Dec 2006 14:24 ismaelolea

            RPM package for Fedora Core
            Is available from http://olea.org/paquetes-rpm/ (http://olea.org/paquetes-rpm/)

            16 Sep 2002 02:41 khaldun

            Re: examples?

            > a small test file: test.xml. A few
            > (real) useage examples against this file
            > would take you (Jens) seconds and be
            > extremely useful! Thanks.
            > -sos


            I made some small examples:
            http://robur.slu.se/jensl/xmlclitools/example.txt

            I admit the syntax is pretty obscure until you get the hang of it.

            I hope this will be some help. I'll be happy to answer any questions too.

            Good luck!
            Jens

            13 Sep 2002 12:40 sos123

            examples?
            I'm confident that I _need_ these tools, (at least xmlgrep) unfortunately I've been unable to grasp the syntax (man pages not withstanding). I see there is a small test file: test.xml. A few (real) useage examples against this file would take you (Jens) seconds and be extremely useful! Thanks.
            -sos

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