Best command-line XML tool I've found
I am doing editorial work on large collections of XML files, and I have been looking for command-line tools to facilitate various search-and-report functions--the kind of thing you'd do for text files using grep, sort, uniq, sed, etc. Of the ones I've looked at, XMLStarlet is not the easiest to use, but it is the most flexible and powerful (also the fastest). Essentially it gives you the ability to write quick XSLT scripts via the command line, plus other useful functions.
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