A simple, very flexible text format that stands for eXtensible Markup Language.

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How to delete a line containing pattern which is first found after a specific pattern

I am writting a shell script to delete an entry from a specific group. eg: file name is dest.xml <domain id="1" group_name="group1"> <node id="ABC"> <node id="PQR"> ...
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Is there a command line tool for validating RDF files?

I am looking for a substitution of the W3C RDF Validator, as it is broken, in addition I want something a bit more automated, such as a command line tool. I have been using xmllint for checking XML ...
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How to find and replace a particular string in a specific line

I developed a code which find and replaces a specific string in all xmls under all subdirectories. But i dont want all occurances to be replaced. In entire xml, code should find the tag xyz and ...
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how to compare two xml files having same data in different lines?

I have two files have same data but in different lines. File 1: <Identities> <Identity> <Id>048206031415072010Comcast.USR8JR</Id> ...
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Vim: Making XML text “pretty”

Is there an easy way within vi to make your XML text "pretty"? For example: I want this.. <person> <name>Nick</name> <age>26</age> ...
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Increment xml files with bash

A good mate on a forum had helped me with creating this script but everything Ive thrown at it outputs wrong and I do not know why or what is the issue. I ran all my script in ubuntu's terminal if ...
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How do I parse namespaces from an XML file using XMLLINT and BASH

Below I have an example of an Adobe XML swidtag used to track inventory. I need to parse out relevant information using xmllint in bash and output that to a new text file. For example I would like ...
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xmllint display values of more than 1 attributes in single execution

I am using xmllint to parse xml file which has several tags and each tag has several attributes. Sample structure as shown below: <root> <child attr1="abc" attr2="def" attr3="ghi" /> ...
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Reformatting a large number of XML files

I'm manipulating a large number of XML files scattered throughout a nested directory structure. I tried the following (which almost works): $ find . -name "*.xml" -type f | xargs -- xmllint --format ...
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show only tags of an xml document on the command line

Is there a command line command or utility I can use to show only the tag structure of an xml document? I looked at xmllint but I didn't see a switch to do it. For a structure like ...
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Parse JSON or XML on bootup

I'm compiling my own version of the linux kernel and I was wondering if there is any way to do parse a local XML or JSON file.
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Alternative to xmllint to check xml validity

Sometimes, I have to check the validity of some big xml files against a xsd file. The biggest xml file I received had a size close to 1.5GB. xmllint took all my RAM and almost all the swap space, for ...
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Vim not showing garbage characters

I copied the content of an ant build.xml document from an .odt file to Vim editor. There were no garbage characters I could observe, but the build process failed due to incorrect XML tags. I assume ...
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VIM jump from one xml tag to the closing one

Is there a shortcut to jump from , e.g <XX> to </XX> ? I already give it a try with '%' , but it doesn't work for this situation.
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regex replace text in xml file within node from the command line

I have an XML file and I would like to replace everything that is between the open and closing tag within multiple instances of the g:gtin node with nothing. Is this possible from the command line, ...
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How can I split Openbox `rc.xml` into multiple files?

I don't like big text configuration files. So, I would like to split my rc.xml file into multiple files: rc.xml rc.keyboard.xml rc.mouse.xml
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Insert a multiline string into another string

I need to insert lines into an xml file : Insert <one> </one> into <tags> </tags> To obtain <tags> <one> </one> </tags> I tried this: ...
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Parsing XML from a shell script

I have a datafile like this: <Key name="com.ahsay.afc.cpf.UserGroup" content="" allowMultiple="Y"> <Value name="rsv-id" inheritParentAttribute="Y" type="string" data="1328200856753" ...
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What editor can be used to provide highlighting for Mallard project files?

I normally switch between Geany, vim and Emacs (depending on my mood. LOL) when editing on a linux platform. Recently, I have begun exploring the Mallard Project, but have been unable to find the ...
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Clean up concatenated XML files

I'm trying to fix my Delicious export script to work with the new "trick" of only serving 1000 bookmarks at a time. The script concatenates results (XML) from multiple calls in a single file, and now ...
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Substitute text with sed and keep part of the original text

I am trying to convert <id>1</id> <Name>ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING</Name> to: <column name="id">1</column> <column name="Name">ENTERPRISE RESOURCE ...
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Text processing: convert text of table of content into djvu bookmark format?

Usually in the table of content of a book, each line is for a chapter or section and ended with its page number, for example, 1 first chapter 10 1.1 first section 11 1.1.1 first subsection 12 1.2 ...
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Shell script or command to Strip text and Binary files excerpts from large Log Files

I need to remove a large binary file (PDF file) from a large log file which is generated daily.This is seriously hogging space on our servers.I need to remove the large PDF from the logs to make the ...
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Parsing XML's , JSON's and newer data file formats in UNIX using command line utilities

Unix environment has some excellent tools for parsing text in various forms. However off late the data is not in the regular set of formats(CSV,TSV,Record based or some other delimiter based) it used ...
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Is there an XML file editor for Linux with grid view support?

I have been using Altova XML Editor on Windows for a long time. It has a wonderful feature that lets you view XML files in "grid view." This makes life easy when reading very complex XML. My question ...