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Distribution: Fedora Core 4, Fedora Core 5, Redhat 9.0, Solaris 10, WInXP pro, W2k pro
You, my friend, just solved one of my biggest problem. I had a task to find RewriteRules from very complex Apache config (huge amount virtualhosts, but few needed, with gigantic rewriterule sets within).
I really do appreciate that you send this information about solving your problem...
It is not common (what a pity) that people share their solutions.
i have a similar problem, where i want to check the data between the 2 tags <filesystem_section> </filesystem_section> and check the value: if delete_file filetype="File" then replace the values of
copy_file filetype="New_File1" and
set_file_attributes filetype="New_File2" . <filesystem_section> </filesystem_section> tags exist mutiple times. how we can we do this?
Neither sed nor grep alone or in combination are up to the task. Awk might give you a fighting chance, but is not ideal.
Use Perl and one of the mature XML parsers written for it. Search CPAN for details. Don't try to re-invent that particular wheel unless you're convinced that you can improve upon it (and since you're asking the question here, that seems unlikely).