Node-based utility for replacing values in one or more XML files. Can be used as a command-line utility or as a Node module.
npm install -g replacexml replacexml //node1=value1 /doc/path/node2=value2 test.xml testdir
var replacexml = require('replacexml'); replacexml([ '//node1=value1', '/doc/path/node2=value2', 'test.xml', 'testdir' ]);
Both of the usage examples take in an array of arguments. Arguments are processed as follows:
- Arguments containing an equal sign ('=') are treated as expressions. The left side should be a valid XPath expression, the right side should be a text value that the text content of any matches will be set to.
- All other arguments will be treated as locations. They can refer to a single file, or a directory.
- Directories will be recursively traversed.
- Arguments can be in any number and in any order.