Commands tagged xmlstarlet (8)


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    xmlstarlet sel -t -c "/path/to/element" file.xml
    kev · 2011-12-19 06:20:46 1
  • Prints the value of a XML node rather than the entire node.


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    xmlstarlet sel -t -v "/path/to/element" file.xml
    djangofan · 2011-12-21 21:49:56 0
  • This lengthy cryptic line will print the latest top 10 commandlinefu.com posts without their summaries. To print also their respective summaries use the following (even bigger) command line: wget -qO - http://www.commandlinefu.com/feed/tenup | xmlstarlet sel -T -t -o '<doc>' -n -t -m rss/channel/item -o '<item>' -n -o '<title>' -v title -o '</title>' -n -o '<description>' -v description -o '</description>' -n -o '</item>' -n -t -o '</doc>' | xmlstarlet sel -T -t -m doc/item -v description/code -n -v title -n -n It is recommended to include this line into a shell script to be easily run, as I do myself. You could also use the following URLs to browse the top 3 commands: wget -qO - http://www.commandlinefu.com/feed/threeup | xmlstarlet ... .. or all others: wget -qO - http://feeds2.feedburner.com/Command-line-fu | xmlstarlet ... PS: You need to install "xmlstarlet" to run it. It is found in Debian APT repositories (apt-get install xmlstarlet) or under the http://xmlstar.sourceforge.net/ URL. Show Sample Output


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    wget -qO - http://www.commandlinefu.com/feed/tenup | xmlstarlet sel -T -t -o '&lt;x&gt;' -n -t -m rss/channel/item -o '&lt;y&gt;' -n -v description -o '&lt;/y&gt;' -n -t -o '&lt;/x&gt;' | xmlstarlet sel -T -t -m x/y -v code -n
    fsilveira · 2009-08-14 02:44:00 0
  • Ever wanted to stream your favorite podcast across the network, well now you can. This command will parse the iTunes enabled podcast and stream the latest episode across the network through ssh encryption. Show Sample Output


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    curl -L -s `curl -s http://www.2600.com/oth-broadband.xml` | xmlstarlet sel -t -m "//enclosure[1]" -v "@url" -n | head -n 1` | ssh -t [user]@[host] "mpg123 -"
    denzuko · 2010-07-30 23:20:50 0
  • Gets the latest podcast show from from your favorite Podcast. Uses curl and xmlstarlet. Make sure you change out the items between brackets.


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    curl -L -s `curl -s [http://podcast.com/show.rss]` | xmlstarlet sel -t -m "//enclosure[1]" -v "@url" -n | head -n 1` | ssh -t [user]@[host] "mpg123 -"
    denzuko · 2010-07-31 00:17:47 0
  • this simply curls the feed and runs a xpath query on it ... Show Sample Output


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    atomtitles () { curl --silent $1 | xmlstarlet sel -N atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" -t -m /atom:feed/atom:entry -v atom:title -n}
    Seebi · 2010-12-15 11:03:31 0

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    xml fo -e utf-8 file.xml | xml esc
    kev · 2011-11-08 07:51:40 0

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    curl -su username:passwd https://mail.google.com/mail/feed/atom | xmlstarlet sel -N x="http://purl.org/atom/ns#" -t -m //x:entry -v 'concat(position(), ":", x:title)' -n
    kev · 2012-05-05 14:34:55 0

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