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FW: [xml-dev] find with XPath over file system

From: James Youngman
Subject: FW: [xml-dev] find with XPath over file system
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 12:00:19 +0000
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Subject: [xml-dev] find with XPath over file system


  might be of some interest:

find with XPath over file system


The standard UNIX utility "find" now supports XPath:

$ ./find -xpath '/bin/address@hidden > /bin/bash/@size]'

XML can be considered as an external representation of in-memory
tree-like structures, and the XML-related standards -- as methods of
processing such data. I'm working on a reusable XPath implementation,
and the new find is a reference implementation for adding XPath into
the C programs.


  Your comments are welcome.

  Regards, Oleg

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