This is the command xqilla that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
xqilla - run XQuery and XPath 2 expressions
xqilla [OPTION]... QUERY-FILE...
Run XQuery and XPath 2 expressions from QUERY-FILE.
-h Show help and exit
-p Parse in XPath 2 mode (default is XQuery mode)
-P Parse in XPath 1.0 compatibility mode (default is XQuery mode)
-s Parse XSLT 2.0
-f Parse using W3C Full-Text extensions
-u Parse using W3C Update extensions
-e Parse using XQilla specific extensions
-d Run the query in interactive debugging mode
-x Use the Xerces-C data model (default is the FastXDM)
Load XML document and bind it as the context item
Set the base URI for the context
-v name value
Bind the name value pair as an external variable
Write the result to the specified file
Run the queries a number of times
-q Quiet mode - no output
-t Output an XML representation of the AST
The xqilla command line tool can be used to run XQuery and XPath 2 expressions. It is also
a good example of how to use the Simple API of the XQilla library.
Report bugs to <https://sourceforge.net/projects/xqilla/support>.
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