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This functionality is more or less there in Dimitre Novachev's "XPath
Visualizer" available on . He has also worked out a Mozilla version
but I don't know if that is available yet (I remember there are some
small things needed to be worked out).
I also recently stubled on a project with the same name  written in
Java but haven't played with it yet.
As far as I know, both sources are open.
Paul Warren wrote:
>On Thu, 2002-11-28 at 04:35, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>>Are there some such XML browser/editor that searches
>>all paths to a specified element and expands only those
>>paths while keeping other subtrees fold?
>Not sure if this is exactly what you wanted, but as part of our
>development of Pathan (an XPath implementation for Xerces C) we
>developed an xgrep tool:
> [pdw@tugela pdw]$ cat foo.xml
> [pdw@tugela pdw]$ xgrep -v //title foo.xml
> <?xgrep-match [foo.xml]--------------------------------?>
>xgrep is included in the source distribution for Pathan, available from:
>xgrep was originally developed as a testing tool and as such it works,
>but some aspects such as error reporting and packaging are not as
>polished as we would like. We are currently working on improving xgrep,
>and including it in the binary distributions. In the meantime, drop us
>an email if you need any assistance using it.