I've got some XML files which are .NET configuration files (app.config, web.config). You can read the specification on MSDN.

My problem is very specific but it can easily be generalized. In a client / server model of WCF the application which behave as clients have, in their configuration file, the following instructions.

  <endpoint name="AuthenticationServiceEndpoint" address="http://mydomain/AuthenticationService" binding="customBinding" bindingConfiguration="wsHttpWithMessageSecurityWithoutAuthentication" behaviorConfiguration="NoCertificateCheckEndpointBehavior" contract="WCF.Services.Contracts.IAuthenticationService">

The application which behave as Server has similar config files. But it's in an XML node called <server> instead of <client>.

I am looking for an application which allows me to search all the files a folder and its subfolders which match a syntax like XPath or easier to use.

I want it simple, with preview, syntax highlighting, expression checking. Do you know anything similar?

  • 1
    Maybe XPath Visualizer? I have used that occasionally, but don't know enough about XPath to make this a proper recommendation.
    – user416
    May 24 '16 at 7:32
  • @JanDoggen: thanks, it's not exactly what I'm looking for but nice!
    – Revious
    May 25 '16 at 13:07

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