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XPath Cracked Version is a Tiny and Fast XPath Processing Tool, developed by
Omicronsoft, that allows you to evaluate XPath expressions
using a very simple interface.

xPath [OPTION]… [FILE…]

-n|–no-output Do not output anything (silent)
-f|–filter Filter files
-s|–select Choose files to which the expression is applied to
-e|–expression XPath expression to evaluate.
-d|–debug Enable debug messages

FILE Expression

Output Examples:
xPath –select=filter –expression “count(//html:body//div)” *.html
xPath –select=filter –expression “count(//*[local-name()=’a’])” my.xml



For the moment, you can use the console to test xPath expressions:
xPath –no-output –filter –expression “count(//*[local-name()=’a’])” file1.xml file2.xml
xPath –no-output –filter –expression “count(//*[local-name()=’b’])” file3.xml file4.xml

If you want to get the content of the file1.xml with the xPath expression, you can do:
xPath –no-output –filter –expression “count(//*[local-name()=’a’])” file1.xml > test.xml

If you want to get the content of the file1.xml and file2.xml with the xPath expression, you can do:
xPath –no-output –filter –expression “count(//*[local-name


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– Files:
– XPath:
– Do:
– Options:

XPath is a tiny application that was especially created in order to provide developers with a simple means of evaluating XPath expressions.
The program can be run from command-line and it supports a simple set of parameters. Thus, you can choose to flatten the output into one line, select the files to which the XPath expressions will be applied to and then set the expression that will actually be used onto those files.
KEYMACRO Description:
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## Copyright 2010 James R. Shubin

## Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”);
## you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
## You may obtain a copy of the License at
## Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
## distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” BASIS,
## See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
## limitations under the License.
## @@@ END COPYRIGHT @@@

## @file xpath.l
## @brief Main program for the xpath utility
## @author James R. Shubin

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package main;
import mx.*;
import java.util.*;
import java.io.*;

* @main xpath.l
public class XPath {

public static void main(String[] args) {
String[] lines = getLines(System.in);
List statements = new ArrayList();
if (args.length == 0) {
System.out.println(“Usage: xpath [options]”);


This is a very short description of the XPath application.
xpath -n [xpath_input] -f [flat_output] [-xpath_expression] [–xpath_select] [–xpath_file] [–xpath_dir]

Description of the Parameters:
Parameters are indicated with the following strings:
: Description of the parameter.
– : Description of the parameter.

The following are the available parameters:
-n: Flatten the output of xpath to a single line.
-f: Output the file into which the xpath expressions will be applied.
-xpath_expression: Set the expression of the xpath expression to actually apply.
–xpath_select: If set, the expression of the xpath expression to apply will be found in the file named’select’.
–xpath_file: If set, the expression of the xpath expression to apply will be found in the file named ‘file’.
–xpath_dir: If set, the expression of the xpath expression to apply will be found in the file named ‘dir’.
–flat_output: If set, the xpath expression that will actually be used is written to the file named ‘output’.

Here are some of the examples:
xpath -n -f test.txt -xpath_expression ‘//*’

xpath -n -f test.txt -xpath_select ‘*’

xpath -n -f test.txt -xpath_file -xpath_expression ‘//element[@id=”id-element-to-get-id-value”]’

xpath -n -f test.txt -xpath_dir -xpath_expression ‘//*[contains(@id, “id-element-to-get-id-value”)]’

xpath -n -f test.txt -xpath_dir -xpath_expression ‘//*[contains

What’s New In?

XPath is a simplified version of XPath 2.0. It is intended to be used as a learning tool for XPath. It is primarily a user interface program for evaluating XPath expressions. The syntax of the XPath expressions is written in what is known as ‘XPath version 1.0’ which is the syntax of XPath 1.0. The results produced by this program are expected to be same as those produced by the full version of XPath. This tool is made using Java.

User Interface:

The main user interface is found on the XPath main window. This window supports the following functionalities:

– Evaluate Expression:

This button lets you evaluate XPath expressions on the files on which you have chosen to apply the expression.

– Navigate file tree:

By clicking this button, you can navigate from the XPath expression to the directory where the files on which it will be applied is located.

– Select file:

Selecting a file by clicking this button is similar to selecting a file by double-clicking it in Windows Explorer. This process is very simple.

– Switch to Expression:

This button pops up an alert box with the full expression. Clicking this button will select the expression text and move the focus to that.

– Save to file:

This button lets you save the XPath expression into a file. This file has a.xml extension.

– Clear file tree:

This button lets you clear the tree view.

– Help:

This button opens the help file of XPath.

– Exit:

This button exits the program and the window is closed.

File Tree:

XPath files are stored in the main directory tree. The default location is the C:/ folder. You can change the location of the files in the properties window that opens up when you open the XPath program.

An example is shown below:


You can also input the file names where you want to apply the XPath expressions by clicking the ‘Set File Tree’ button. This will let you browse for the files on which you want the XPath expressions to be applied.

Evaluate Expression:

Once you select the files, you can evaluate the expressions. The output produced is the same as what you would get from the command line.

Select File:

This lets you select the file to which the XPath expressions will be applied. It is similar to double-clicking a file in Windows Explorer.

Switch Expression:

This lets you open the XPath expression text box in order to change it.


This lets you read the help file for XPath.


This is a close button for the XPath window.

System Requirements For XPath:

Windows 7 SP1 64 bit
iPad 2/iPad Air
12 GB internal memory space
128 MB OpenGL ES2 compliant OpenGL ES2 device with 2048 x 1536 or greater pixels
2048 x 1536 screen resolution
An iPad 2/iPad Air (2nd Generation) running iOS 5.1/5.0
2.7Ghz or greater processor
Processors running at 2.5Ghz or slower may not be compatible
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