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The question has been edited to include data in a totally different format. The original answer is below the line, and the parts of it relating to sed in general still apply. sed can rewrite lines into other formats. Here's a quick sed command to give you a CSV line per record for this new data: sed -n -e '/secs:/{s/.*secs://;H;};/position:/{s/^.*position: ...


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Try Wordgrinder. It's in the Debian and Ubuntu repos. The only one I found.



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