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Extracts specified elements from luxem documents

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usage: luxemx.py [-h] [-i INFILE] [-o OUTFILE] [-l] [-p [PRETTY]]
[-s [PRETTY_SPACED]]
[path [path ...]]

Extracts specified elements from luxem documents.

positional arguments:
path A luxem array containing the path to the nodes to
output.

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-i INFILE, --infile INFILE
File to parse; defaults to stdin.
-o OUTFILE, --outfile OUTFILE
File to write to; defaults to stdout.
-l, --lines Output only primitives, one per line.
-p [PRETTY], --pretty [PRETTY]
Prettify output with PRETTY tab indentation. Defaults
to 1 tab indent.
-s [PRETTY_SPACED], --pretty-spaced [PRETTY_SPACED]
Prettify output with PRETTY_SPACED space indentation.
Defaults to 4 space indent.

PATH FORMATTING: The path is a list of child selections, starting from the
array at the root of the document. Array selectors can be numbers, (*) (a
wildcard, which follows all array children), (range) [X,Y] (a range selection,
which follows all children at indexes [X,Y)), or an array of selectors. Object
selectors can be strings, (*) (a wildcard, which follows all object children),
or an array of selectors. Example (you may have to provide shell escapes):
luxemx '(*),file_info,[path,altpath]'

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