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       Processes  an  XML  file and removes all specified XML tags. The remaining tags are output
       and indentation can also be reformatted. opaxmlfilter is the opposite of opaxmlextract.


       opaxmlfilter [-t|-k] [-l] [-i indent] [-s element] [input_file]


       --help    Produces full help text.

       -t        Trims leading and trailing whitespace in tag contents.

       -k        In tags with purely whitespace that  contain  newlines,  keeps  newlines  as-is.
                 Default is to format as an empty list.

       -l        Adds  comments with line numbers after each end tag. This can make comparison of
                 resulting files easier since original line numbers are available.

       -i indent Sets indentation to use per level. Default is 4.

       -s element
                 Specifies the name of the XML element to suppress. Can be  used  multiple  times
                 (maximum of 100) in any order.

                 Specifies the XML file to read. Default is stdin.