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Old 12-03-2013
RS="-+" matches the strings of minuses that indeed separate the records. Should there be other minus signs in records, the RS would nee to be adapted.
# 9  
Old 12-03-2013
Like this ?
$ awk '/insert_job/{printf "%s = ",$2}/condition/{gsub(/.*: /,x);printf "%s\n", $0 ? $0 :"No Condition"}' file
testjob1 = s(joba) and s(jobc)
testjob2 = s(jobc)
testjob3 = s(joba) or s(jobc)

# 10  
Old 12-03-2013
Originally Posted by Akshay Hegde
Like this ?
$ awk '/insert_job/{printf "%s = ",$2}/condition/{gsub(/.*: /,x);printf "%s\n", $0 ? $0 :"No Condition"}' file
testjob1 = s(joba) and s(jobc)
testjob2 = s(jobc)
testjob3 = s(joba) or s(jobc)

Sorry, that doesn't seem to work when there no "condition" tag

Something like this
/* -------------------- testjob1 -------------------- */

insert_job: testjob1   job_type: c
machine: unix
owner: chidori
std_out_file: /export/home/chidori/test.out
std_err_file: /export/home/chidori/test.err

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