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       xmlformat - XML Document Formatter


       xmlformat [options] xml-file


       --help, -h

              Print this message and exit.

       --backup suffix -b suffix

              Back  up the input document, adding suffix to the input filename
              to create the backup filename.


              Proceed only as far as the document canonization stage, printing
              the result.


              Parse   the   document   into   tokens  and  verify  that  their
              concatenation is identical to the original input document.  This
              option suppresses further document processing.

       --config-file file_name, -f file_name

              Specify  the  configuration  filename.  If  no  file  is  named,
              xmlformat uses  the  file  named  by  the  environment  variable
              XMLFORMAT_CONF, if it exists, or ./xmlformat.conf, if it exists.
              Otherwise, xmlformat uses built-in formatting options.

       --in-place, -i

              Format the document in place,  replacing  the  contents  of  the
              input  file  with the reformatted document. (It's a good idea to
              use --backup along with this option.)


              Show configuration options  after  reading  configuration  file.
              This option suppresses document processing.


              Show  elements  that  are  used in the document but for which no
              options were specified in the configuration  file.  This  option
              suppresses document output.

       --verbose, -v

              Be verbose about processing stages.

       --version, -V

              Show version information and exit.


       Paul DuBois

       This   manual  page was written by Mathieu Malaterre <>
       for the Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be used by others.

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