Why $ xmlstarlet and not just $ xml as in the man?
gabriele at mysimpatico.com
Thu Apr 7 23:02:19 PDT 2011
I've $ sudo port install xmlstarlet, and then expected to be able to run $
xml --help but only $ xmlstarlet --help, works:
XMLStarlet Toolkit: Command line utilities for XML
Usage: *xml* [<options>] <command> [<cmd-options>]
where <command> is one of:
ed (or edit) - Edit/Update XML document(s)
sel (or select) - Select data or query XML document(s) (XPATH, etc)
tr (or transform) - Transform XML document(s) using XSLT
val (or validate) - Validate XML document(s)
fo (or format) - Format XML document(s)
el (or elements) - Display element structure of XML document
c14n (or canonic) - XML canonicalization
ls (or list) - List directory as XML
esc (or escape) - Escape special XML characters
unesc (or unescape) - Unescape special XML characters
pyx (or xmln) - Convert XML into PYX format (based on ESIS - ISO
p2x (or depyx) - Convert PYX into XML
--version - show version
--help - show help
Wherever file name mentioned in command help it is assumed
that URL can be used instead as well.
Type: xml <command> --help <ENTER> for command help
XMLStarlet is a command line toolkit to query/edit/check/transform
XML documents (for more information see http://xmlstar.sourceforge.net/)
P.S. I wasn't sure if there was another place for specific port questions.
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subject(this) ∈ L(LON*) ∨ ∃x. (x ∈ MyInbox ∧ Acknowledges(x, this) ∧ time(x)
< Now + 48h) ⇒ ¬resend(I, this).
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starts with a hyphen and ends with "X".
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