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D-XMLManager

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XML editor for handle multiple XML files with XPath

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A D-XMLManager egy XML fájlokban történő tömeges keresést, XML fájlok tömeges módosítását lehetővé tevő segédprogram.

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Features

  • Edit lots of XML Files same macro commands
  • Macros help to use more than one command
  • Select XML Files and XML element
  • Modify XML DOM with XPath macros:
  • Delete DOM element
  • Append, Prepend DOM element
  • Insert after, before DOM element
  • Replace DOM element content
  • Change DOM element Attribute
  • Delete DOM element Attribute

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Languages

English

User Interface

.NET/Mono

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2011-10-16

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