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I got an .xpo file from an older version of AX with some code of interest and because it had a few thousand lines, it wasn’t exactly easy to navigate. At least splitting it by object would make my life much easier.
Fortunately I looked at the internet and found exactly the right tool for this task: xpoTools.
It’s not well-documented, but what I needed didn’t require much anyway. After installation, I simply ran the following (Powershell) code:
ls *.xpo | Import-Xpo | Split-Xpo -Xpp
Import-Xpo parses xpo files to objects expected by Split-Xpo, which creates a file for every object. The -Xpp flag means that the result are not .xpo files, but rather more readable files with pure source code (without all those # characters and things like that).
This might be the last time I used this tool, but it did help me today. As often, a single search on internet saved me a lot of time.
Thank you, mazzy.
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