On Dec 11, 2007 10:54 AM, Sean Nakasone <seannakasone / yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello, I have a large xml file that does not have any newlines in it.  Can
> someone please provide some code to use REXML to simply read in an xml,
> insert newlines after the xml sections or elements, then spit it out to
> stdout.  This way I'd at least be able to open the xml file in an editor
> so I can read what kind of format it has.  I don't know anything about
> REXML so it needs to be a somewhat complete script.  thank you.

Step 1) Install tidy
Step 2) tidy -i yourfile.xml
Step 3) tidy --help

REXML is very bad for handling such things.

^ manveru