View xml files like a pro

Viewing XML files can be daunting with tracking mentally where the tag starts and where it ends. So, I ended up with the following alias to help me view xml files

xmllint --format - | pygmentize -f 16m -O style=native -g

xmlwf – Is your xml document well formed?

There is a small nifty utility called xmlwf that can check your xml documents to see if they are well formed.

sudo yum install expat

Once installed, simply use :

xmlwf

Need more details, just check the man page 🙂

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Script to get yourself some conkyrc files

Table of contents for conkyrc

  1. Get yourself some conkyrc files.
  2. Script to get yourself some conkyrc files
  3. Cont: Get yourself some more conkyrc files.

Continuing from where we left, here is a script that can do all this for you 🙂

curl http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=281865\&page=$i | sed -n '/\\/pr/ p'| sed '// d'| sed 's##\n-----------------------------------\n\n\n#' >conkyrc
	dos2unix conkyrc
	cp conkyrc .test
	while [ $(wc -l .test|sed 's/[^0-9]//g') != 0 ]
	do
		sed -n '1,/------------------------/ p' .test|sed '$d' >conkyrc.$count
		diff .test conkyrc.$count |sed 's/^<.//'|sed '1, /---------------------/ d;2d'>.test
		((count++))
	done

This will create couple of conkyrc.files in the current directory. Each of these is one from the web-page that I mentioned earlier. So, enjoy….

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