[Dojo-interest] DocBook and XMLmind XML Editor
jkrishnaswamy at comcast.net
Fri Dec 7 22:55:16 UTC 2007
Try the xml task in Microsoft SSIS.
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> Daniel wrote on 12/06/2007 05:30 PM:
>> So, does DocBook have track-changes?
>> Well, it has a track-changes tag which has the right effect, but having
>> to type tags will get awkward when you make substantial changes. Today I
>> heard about a program that takes two DocBook files and gives you a
>> "diff" version with track changes.
> I'm always interested in XML differencing algorithms, so I checked out
> DiffMk. Yikes, this doesn't look like a winner. It seems to provide
> flaky results, and has dreadful performance for large XML files. Not
> to mention the project appears to have one developer, no docs, and the
> current version has been in alpha for 8 months.
> I really like the "xml algebra" approach of the XML Operator:
> With xop, you can "add" or "subtract" XML documents, or do unary tests
> on them. So, you could get all inserted changes by doing:
> xop new.xml - old.xml > diff.xml
> Now, all XML Diff tools have tradeoffs. In the case of xop, if some
> attributes on an element change, but no elements are added or deleted,
> the diff contains just the element and the changed attribute, but may
> omit key context (like, say the id attribute).
> Some other XML tools to consider, though I haven't found them useful:
> http://tdm.berlios.de/3dm/doc/index.html (which has a GUI, but a
> strange output format)
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