SYNOPSISxmlformat [options] xml-file
- Print this message and exit.
--backup suffix -b suffix
- Back up the input document, adding suffix to the input filename to create the backup filename.
- Proceed only as far as the document canonization stage, printing the result.
- Parse the document into tokens and verify that their concatenation is identical to the original input document. This option suppresses further document processing.
--config-file file_name, -f file_name
- Specify the configuration filename. If no file is named, xmlformat uses the file named by the environment variable XMLFORMAT_CONF, if it exists, or ./xmlformat.conf, if it exists. Otherwise, xmlformat uses built-in formatting options.
- Format the document in place, replacing the contents of the input file with the reformatted document. (It's a good idea to use --backup along with this option.)
- Show configuration options after reading configuration file. This option suppresses document processing.
- Show elements that are used in the document but for which no options were specified in the configuration file. This option suppresses document output.
- Be verbose about processing stages.
- Show version information and exit.
AUTHORPaul DuBois [email protected]
This manual page was written by Mathieu Malaterre <[email protected]> for the Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be used by others.