Aha, the node test node() will select all types of nodes, even text() nodes
- so find a <header> which contains 'rationale'
- and select every child node of that header
- and filter this nodeset for nodes which have following-sibling with tagname <l> or which have tagname <l>
xmllint.exe --xpath " //header[ contains(.,'rationale') ]/node()[ fol
+lowing-sibling::l or self::l] " fudge
1. Purpose and rationale
<li>purpose list 1</li>
2. Purpose and rationale
<p>2 purpose 1</p>
<p>2 Purpose 2</p>
<p>2 purpose 3</p>
<li>2 purpose list 1</li>
Naturally if there are more than one <l> you can limit to first <l> with position()
xmllint.exe --xpath " //header[ contains(.,'rationale') ]/node()[ following-sibling::l[ position()=1 ] or self::l[ position()=1 ] ] " fudge
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