Re: XML Diff and Merge
If by chance you are using Rational ClearCase for source control, it has very good XML diff functionality. On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 3:57 PM, Marroc <marrocdanderfluff@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi all, Do you use any visual XML Diff tool to compare the results of XSL > transforms? I've had a look at these: > > - IBM Alphaworks produce an XML Diff and Merge tool that sounds perfect. > Unfortunately it doesn't run under recent Java VMs (I tried it). > > - StylusStudio - has XML Diff under Tools > Show Differences in > Files - it > does indeed show the differences and they are nicely presented and colour > coded but the individual files are not editable and differences cannot be > applied. > > - oXygen XML Author has a Diff tool that works well and allows merging of > changes in either direction between a pair of files. It also has a simple > command line that should allow it to be started automatically from a CMS. > > Do you know of any other tools I should be considering? Specifically Free > Software or Open Source would be good. > > Thanks, > Richard -- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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