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    [Fixed] Free XML software - remove all instances of a node

    I've tried about 5 different XML editing programs this morning and can't find one that will simply let me delete all the instances of a child node in the document.

    Does anybody know of any software that does this? I probably could have written a small program to do it myself in the time I've spent searching!



    EDIT:
    I got fed up of looking so wrote an app to sort it out, it's attached if anybody else would find it useful

    StripXML.zip

    Code:
                       StripXML v1.0
    --------------------------------------------------------
                 Developed by Josh Johnson
    
    USAGE:
        stripxml /IN:"input xml file" /OUT:"output xml file"
                 /REM:"XPath of nodes to remove"
    
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Last edited by LosOjos; 30th June 2010 at 06:44 PM.



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