Package csv2xml-0.6-10

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Description:   CSV to XML converter (0.6-10)
A simle csv to xml converter. Reads csv files and writes valid xml records to standard output.
Usage Hints:   
If a field in your file contains a comma, or a CR/LF then you need to escape these special characters, you do this by starting the text field with a quote (") and ending it with another quote. Because a quote is the escape character, you need to be able to escape the escape character, this is done by placing a quote in front of the quote (""). Here are descriptions of each mode format. Mode 0: shell# csv2xml -m=0 < test.csv <row> <field0>one</field0> <field1>two</field1> <field2>three</field2> </row> <row> <field0>fish</field0> <field1>fishing</field1> <field2>fishes</field2> </row> Mode 1: shell# csv2xml -m=1 < test.csv <row> <field0 value="one" /> <field1 value="two" /> <field2 value="three" /> </row> <row> <field0 value="field0" /> <field1 value="field1" /> <field2 value="field2" /> </row> Mode 2: shell# csv2xml -m=2 < test.csv <row> <item name="field0">one</item> <item name="field1">two</item> <item name="field2">three</item> </row> <row> <item name="field0">fish</item> <item name="field1">fishing</item> <item name="field2">fishes</item> </row>
Section:   10.5-EOL/text
Maintainer:   Jason Park <jjpark74ATyahooDOTcom>
License:   BSD
Info-File:   dists/10.4/stable/main/finkinfo/10.5-EOL/text/
CVS log, Last Changed: Sun, 07 Jul 2013 17:07:32 (UTC)

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