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I am developing a script for a buildiing in vs2003. I want to delete Lines from Name="Franklin chest Sources" Upto Filter(as shown in bold in the below lines). I want to achieve this by using the SED Command, where it searches the line Name="Franklin chest Sources" Up to Filter & deletes it.I have tried to get the Solutions since many days but in vain. Someone please help me out.
xml2 tools are used to convert XML, HTML and CSV to and from a
line-oriented format more amenable to processing by classic Unix
pipeline processing tools, like grep, sed, awk, cut, shell scripts,
and so forth.
xml2 is available as a debian package. I'm not on a machine with xml2 but it goes something like this:
Enter a file such as:
<nail num=1 />
<nail num=2 />
<nail num=3 />
Put it through xml2 to get:
take out the nails with grep -v nail, then convert back to xml with 2xml. You don't need all that with the input I have given but my input is nicely formatted.
There is also xpath (a command line implementation of XPath) and xmlgrep.