[darcs-users] DARCS changes XSLT stylesheet
Sean E. Russell
ser at germane-software.com
Wed Nov 19 03:06:57 UTC 2003
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On Tuesday 18 November 2003 18:54, you wrote:
> In that case, can we please have an option to use HTML strike-through to
> show changes. I do not like Microsoft, but MS-Word displays differences
In what context would this be used? Right now, XML output is only available
for the 'changes' command, which is really just a log history -- it lists
who, when, and why, but no details about what are provided. There isn't
anything to strike through.
Interesting idea, though... coming up with a patch interpreter that turns
diffs into XML, and then reformats that. However, I think you're just using
the wrong tools. If you use something like KDE's Kompare or KDiff3, they
provide beautiful diff interfaces. One or the other even interprets patches,
and shows you -- given a patch -- what would be changed in a file.
Considering that both tools allow you to merge differences interactively,
this is much more useful than any static markup I can think of.
As an aside, please remove me from the CC when replying to the list. I've got
the same problem with some of my own QMail lists that darcs-users has -- I've
yet to figure out how to tell EZMLM to strip out duplicate recipients; IE, X
is in the mailing list, so if X is also in the CC: or the To: header, don't
mail him twice. Yet Another Thing On My ToDo Plate.
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