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       basexgui - XML database system and XPath/XQuery processor (graphical mode)


       basexgui [-d] [file]


       A short description of option can be obtained from

           $ basexgui -h

       or by browsing


       basexgui starts a standalone locally running instance of the BaseX database system.

       In  addition  to  the  main  database functionality of basex(1), the graphical mode offers
       innovative graphical frontends to visualize XML data.  An advanced embedded XQuery  Editor
       is coupled to the visualizations, providing instant result feedback.

       XML  and XQuery files can be passed on as parameters. If an XML file is passed, a database
       instance is created from this file. If an XQuery file is passed on, it is  opened  in  the
       XQuery editor.


       basex(1), basexserver(1), basexclient(1)

          .basexhome                can be created by a user to mark a folder as home directory.
          .basex                    BaseX (standalone and server) properties
          .basexgui                 BaseX additional GUI properties
          .basexhistory             contains commands that have been typed in most recently.
          ${basexhome}/data         Default database directory
          ${basexhome}/data/.logs   Server logs
          ${basexhome}/repo         Package repository

       BaseX Documentation Wiki:


       BaseX  started  as a research project of the Database and Information Systems Group (DBIS)
       at the University of Konstanz in 2005 and soon turned into a feature-rich open source  XML
       database and XPath/XQuery processor.


       New (3-clause) BSD License


       BaseX  is  primarily  developed by Christian Gruen <> with the help of various
       contributors <>

       The man page was written by Alexander Holupirek <> while packaging  BaseX
       for Debian GNU/Linux.

                                          19 April 2022                               basexgui(1)