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Similarities between two modules


I am looking for some python library that would help me to find
similarities between two modules of Python code. I am already playing
with the levensthein distance but I am looking for some tool that
would play with the tree code with stronger tests.
Any hint ? (or even a recipe)


Tarek Ziadé

Sep 6 '07 #1
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