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xmldiff: Create XML patch files


If you support a lot of XML this tool may be for you...
Xmldiff is a tool that can show you the differences between two XML files, taking into account changes that are purely syntax or are not significant according to the XML specification. One of the patch formats that Xmldiff can generate is an XUpdate XML document that succinctly describes the changes between two XML files.

In this article, I'll use xmldiff to generate an XUpdate patch, and the Perl module XML::XUpdate::LibXML to apply this patch to an XML file.
 read more | mail this link | score:8440 | -Ray, June 5, 2008
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