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hxremove - remove elements from an XML file by means of a CSS selector
hxremove [ -i ] [ -l language ] selector
hxremove reads a well-formed XML document from standard input and writes it to standard
output without any elements that match the CSS selector that is given as argument. For
hxremove ol li:first-child
removes the first li (list item in XHTML) from every ol (ordered list).
Assumes that class selectors (".foo") refer to an attribute called "class". And assumes
that ID selectors ("#foo") refer to an attribute called "id".
To handle HTML files, make them well-formed XML first, e.g., with hxnormalize -x.
Compare with hxselect, which removes everything but the selected elements.
The following options are supported:
-i Match case-insensitively. Useful for HTML and some other SGML-based languages.
Sets the default language, in case the root element doesn't have an xml:lang
attribute (default: none). Example: -l en
-? Show command usage.
The following operand is supported:
A selector. Most selectors from CSS level 3 are supported, with the exception of
pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements and selectors with last- in their name.
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