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This is an old revision of CommandXed made by DavidLee on 2008-07-04 09:16:21.


Command xpath


xed evaluate an XPATH expression and edits every matching node outputing the result document


xpath [-f xpath-file] [-i input] -r replace [-n] xpath-expr [-v name value [name value ...]]


-f xpath-file read xpath expression from file
-i input use input as the source xml document, otherwise stdin
if input is an XML expression then use it directly (dont treat as filename).
-n do not use a source context
-r replace replace expr. If replace is string then replace the child text of matching nodes,
if replace is an XML expression then replace the matching node with the expression.
xpath-expr xpath expression
-v Read remaining pairs of arguments as name/value pairs to assign as xpath variables


$ xed -i file.xml -r text //node 

Return Value

Returns 0 if the the xpath expression executed successfully. otherwise 1


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