− ungenerate an XML file into an xml-echo(1)
reads an XML file and transforms it into a string which is
in the format used by xml-echo(1). It is intended
that if xml-echo(1) processes this string, the output
should be equivalent to the original FILE.
As an important
exception, if the --xml-sed option is used, then each line
of output shows the pattern space as seen by
xml-sed(1) during processing. This can be useful if
you need to understand an xml-sed(1) script.
print echo-leaves as seen and
processed by xml-sed.
returns 0 on success, or 1 otherwise.
A. Breyer is the original author of this software. The
source code (GPLv3 or later) for the latest version is
available at the following locations: