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HXEXTRACT(1)			HTML-XML-utils			  HXEXTRACT(1)

NAME
       hxextract - extract selected elements from a HTML or XML	file

SYNOPSIS
       hxextract  [  -h	| -? ] [ -x ] [	-s text	] [ -e text ] [	-b base	] ele-
       ment-or-class [ -c configfile | file-or-URL ]

DESCRIPTION
       hxextract outputs all elements with a certain name and/or class.

       Input must be well-formed, since	no HTML	heuristics are applied.

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       -x	 Use XML format	conventions.

       -s text	 Insert	text at	the start of the output.

       -e text	 Insert	text at	the end	of the output.

       -b base	 URL base

       -c configfile
		 Read @chapter lines from configfile (lines  must  be  of  the
		 form  "@chapter  filename") and extract elements from each of
		 those files.

       -h, -?	 Print command usage.

OPERANDS
       The following operands are supported:

       element-or-class
		 The name of an	element	to extract (e.g., "H2"), or  the  name
		 of  a	class preceded by "." (e.g., ".example") or a combina-
		 tion of both (e.g., "H2.example").

       file-or-URL
		 A file	name or	a URL. To read from standard input, use	"-".

ENVIRONMENT
       To use a	proxy to retrieve remote files,	set the	environment  variables
       http_proxy and ftp_proxy.  E.g.,	http_proxy="http://localhost:8080/"

BUGS
       Remote  files  (specified  with a URL) are currently only supported for
       HTTP. Password-protected	files or files that depend on  HTTP  "cookies"
       are  not	 handled. (You can use tools such as curl(1) or	wget(1)	to re-
       trieve such files.)

SEE ALSO
       hxselect(1)

7.x				  10 Jul 2011			  HXEXTRACT(1)

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