xmlModifier - modifies XML files
This command line tool can modify XML configuration files. Currently only allows to add XML fragments.
-h,--help : Prints the help text
i, in, input, : XML document is read from this file.
o, out, output : Modified XML document is written to this file.
x, xpath xpath : XPath to the elements that should be modified.
a, add filename : XML file that should add the elements denoted by the XPath. - can be used to read from STDIN.
r, replace filename : XML file that should replace the elements denoted by the XPath. - can be used to read from STDIN.
m, remove filename : XML file that should remove the elements denoted by the XPath. - can be used to read from STDIN.
d, id attribute : Defines the identifying attribute as XPath (relative to *-x*) to determine if an element should be replaced (-r). If omitted all matches will be replaced.
z, zap : Defines if duplicate matching elements should be removed(zapped) instead of only being replaced (-r).
s, scr, scr : Specifies which scr should be executed on the xml document selected via -i
e, sec, secure : Specifies whether reference to an external function in XML will throw an error. Default is 'true'. Other values than 'true' will be interpreted as 'false'.