xmlsh


XMLSH

A command line shell for XML
Based on the philosophy and design of the Unix Shells

xmlsh provides a familiar scripting environment, but specifically tailored for scripting xml processes.

Sourceforge Project Page
XMLSH Blog
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This project is managed in Sourceforge. See the Sourceforge Project Page.
See the "xmlsh" directory under "Files" or just click the "Download" link.


ReleaseNotes



News

[[https://sourceforge.net/projects/xmlsh/ Spirc The latest release of xmlsh 1.2.5 on 2014-05-26.
All extensions were rebuilt and require this new runtime version.

XMLSH 2.0 is under development. The project has moved to GitHub
I will update this page when it is ready for release, in the mean time please use the SourceForge site as indicated for latest stable release.



Notes

Mark Logic server is supported via an extension module, see MarkLogic
Calabash Xproc processor is supported via an extension module, see Calabash

XMLSH now has a Blog as an attempt to less formally journal the progress.

I gave a presentation about xmlsh at Balisage (previously "Extreme XML") conference, August 13, 2008.
See Balisage Program

I co-presented a presentation with Norman Walsh at Balisage 2009 on Efficient XML Scripting

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Philosophy
QuickStart
Basic Syntax
How To Guide
XML Expressions
Namespaces
Modules
Serialization
Logging
Saxon HE and EE Support

Other ways of using xmlsh


Calling from Ant
Embedding xmlsh
Embedding as as Servlet


Commands and Functions

Commands includes Posix and Experimental commands
Functions includes Internal, XS, and StAX functions


XPath Extensions

XPath Extensions

Extension Modules

MarkLogic
Calabash XProc
eXist
Amazon AWS Services
JSON

Predefined XQuery Function Modules

functx XQuery module

Native Java Objects

Using Native Java Objects


Scripting streamable XML with StAX functions

StAX Functions

XMLSHI GUI

Simple GUI for xmlsh

Other Fun Things


A recent interview with Steve Bourne about the "Bourne Shell" (sh).
Bourne Shell Interview
XML Resources page from DEI
Four part series on xmlsh at http://xmltoday.org/

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