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xacobeo - Graphical interface for running XPath queries.
xacobeo [OPTION]... [file [xpath]]
-h, --help brief help message
-v, --version display the version of Xacobeo, XML::LibXML and libxml2
that are used and exit
--html parse the input file as an HTML document
Where file is a XML document and xpath a XPath query.
--help Print a brief help message and exits.
--html Parse the file in the command line using the HTML parser.
This program provides a simple graphical user interface (GUI) for executing XPath queries and seeing their results.
The GUI tries to provide all the elements that are needed in order to write, test and execute XPath queries without too many troubles. It
displays the Document Object Model (DOM) and the namespaces used. The program registers the namespaces automatically and each element is
displayed with its associated namespaces. All is performed with the idea of being able of running an XPath query as soon as possible
without having to fight with the document's namespaces and by seeing automatically under which namespace each element is.
This program is not an XML editor, at least not at this point, it's meant to be used for constructing and executing XPath queries.
The main idea behind this application is to provide a simple way for building XPath queries that will be latter integrated in to a program
or XSLT transformation paths. Therefore, this program goal is to load an XML document and to display it as an XML parser sees it. Thus each
node element is prefixed with its namespace.
This program uses XML::LibXML (libxml2) for all XML manipulations and Gtk2 for the graphical interface.
For the moment, the program focuses only on XPath and doesn't allow the XML document to be edited.
Emmanuel Rodriguez <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2008,2009 by Emmanuel Rodriguez.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or,
at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
perl v5.14.2 2011-11-16 XACOBEO(1p)