Xmlfy for Linux v.1.5.5

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The xmlfy command is a powerful yet lightweight tool that primarily caters for converting ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16 or UTF-32 based output into XML format on the fly and dealing with common issues associated with this kind of transformation. xmlfy can be invoked from the command line or from within a shell script to transform data quickly, easily and reliably.Features List of xmlfy features Command line interface. Reads standard input and writes to standard output. UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32, big-endian and little-endian support. Byte-Order-Mark (BOM) handling option. NULL character handling. DTD, RELAX NG Compact, and XSD schema support. Compound schema tree hierarchy support with inbuilt tree traversal optimisation. Wildcard handling on schema elements. Direct matching on any schema record element as the root element. Support for specifying xmlfy arguments inside the schema file. Unlimited XML depth levels. Unlimited input and output size utilizing fast block IO. Successfully tested on records containing 10 million fields using complex schema and multi level delimiters. String or character delimiters with byte mode option. Multiple same level delimiters support. Scoped delimiters with option for restarting scope. Column fields with multibyte code point handling. Regular expression field capture. Field expelling support. Element tag customisation. Element attribute customisation. Insert file content and XML files. Key/value tag pair generation. Field data trimming. Quote character handling. DOS or Unix end-of-line option. Line, field and XML level numbering. Capability to print only snippets of XML. XML SOAP format generation. Convert ASCII input to wide UTF format option. Escape handling of reserved XML characters. Convert XML back to plain text. Summary report. SHA512 and MD5 digest of input and output. Multiple platform support. Portable source code requiring just the libc library. Fast, lightweight, powerful, and easy to use. Opensource and free.

The xmlfy command is a powerful yet ... The xmlfy command is a powerful yet lightweight tool that primarily caters for converting ASCII,.

 
  • Xmlfy for Linux
  • 1.5.5
  • arthurguru
  • Linux
  • Freeware
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