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Version Control

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Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly way
the differences of two html files?

I need also something like a version-control. I think I could generate
for everychange of the text a new record in the database. But now I
need a tool (JavaScript, Java, etc.) to compare and visualize two
versions of these html-files online over a web-browser.
I know, this is not really a javascript topic, but perhaps here is
anyone how knows a tool for that.

Thanks & Regards,
Oli Hirschi

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Feb 6 '07 #1
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Oliver Hirschi said the following on 2/6/2007 2:19 AM:
Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly way
the differences of two html files?

I need also something like a version-control. I think I could generate
for everychange of the text a new record in the database. But now I need
a tool (JavaScript, Java, etc.) to compare and visualize two versions of
these html-files online over a web-browser.
I know, this is not really a javascript topic, but perhaps here is
anyone how knows a tool for that.
Open IE.
Open the first file.
Open a second instance of IE.
Open the second file.
Tile your desktop.
View both pages at once.

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Feb 6 '07 #2

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On Feb 5, 11:19 pm, "Oliver Hirschi" <no-re...@FamilyHirschi.ch>
wrote:
Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly way
the differences of two html files?
HTML Match: http://www.htmlmatch.com/

Feb 6 '07 #3

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"Randy Webb" <Hi************@aol.comschrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Oliver Hirschi said the following on 2/6/2007 2:19 AM:
>Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly
way the differences of two html files?

I need also something like a version-control. I think I could
generate for everychange of the text a new record in the database.
But now I need a tool (JavaScript, Java, etc.) to compare and
visualize two versions of these html-files online over a
web-browser.
I know, this is not really a javascript topic, but perhaps here is
anyone how knows a tool for that.

Open IE.
Open the first file.
Open a second instance of IE.
Open the second file.
Tile your desktop.
View both pages at once.
thanks, but this is not the way I am searching for.

I have got the following:
- Webserver Apache/Tomcat on which runs a JSP-App.
- The JSP-App is a content management system, on which among other
thing texts are checked-in (over e.g. tinyMCE, i.e. as HTML). And these
texts should now get a revision-history, i.e. the user should be able
over the web-app to compare different versions of a text.

I hope this is now more comprehensible.

--
Oliver Hirschi
http://www.FamilyHirschi.ch

Feb 8 '07 #4

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"bobzimuta" <ej******@gmail.comschrieb im Newsbeitrag
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On Feb 5, 11:19 pm, "Oliver Hirschi" <no-re...@FamilyHirschi.ch>
wrote:
>Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly
way
the differences of two html files?

HTML Match: http://www.htmlmatch.com/
thanks, but I think this is not what I am searching for.

I have got the following:
- Webserver Apache/Tomcat on which runs a JSP-App.
- The JSP-App is a content management system, on which among other
thing texts are checked-in (over e.g. tinyMCE, i.e. as HTML). And these
texts should now get a revision-history, i.e. the user should be able
over the web-app to compare different versions of a text.

I hope this is now more comprehensible.

--
Oliver Hirschi
http://www.FamilyHirschi.ch

Feb 8 '07 #5

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"Oliver Hirschi" <no******@FamilyHirschi.chschrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Hi

Is there a possibility to compare and visualize in a user-friendly
way the differences of two html files?

I need also something like a version-control. I think I could
generate for everychange of the text a new record in the database.
But now I need a tool (JavaScript, Java, etc.) to compare and
visualize two versions of these html-files online over a web-browser.
I know, this is not really a javascript topic, but perhaps here is
anyone how knows a tool for that.
I need that web-server based, i.e. I have to compare the two
html-streams over a web-application and I have to visualize the
differences to the user on-demand in a browser window.

Thanks.
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Oliver Hirschi
http://www.FamilyHirschi.ch

Feb 9 '07 #6

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