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From Christopher R Newman <christopher.new...@alcatel.com>
Subject Re: XML differencing anyone?
Date Mon, 04 Apr 2005 18:46:50 GMT
So noone has tried XML differencing, huh?

Christopher R Newman wrote:

> I would probably prefer Perl since I actually know it.  But I was 
> wondering if anyone had any suggestions on specific programs/modules 
> to use for XML differencing.    Does anybody have experience with this?
>
> Chris
>
> jinwen lu wrote:
>
>>Use Perl?
>>I think Perl could be a good choice speed wise.
>>
>>jinwen
>>--- Christopher R Newman
>><christopher.newman@alcatel.com> wrote:
>>  
>>
>>>Curious if anyone has any experience with XML differencing, especially 
>>>on an Apache server.  I've been looking at the Perl modules like 
>>>XML::SemanticDiff, XML::Diff, and XML::DifferenceMarkup, but they all 
>>>seem to have some slight limitations.  I just realized it might be 
>>>might be possible for me to set up a Java servlet to run some of the 
>>>Java-based XML differencing programs, but from what I've read so far 
>>>many of them seem to be even worse off (slower, eat more memory, etc.).
>>>What would you all suggest I use and why?  Any help would be greatly 
>>>appreciated!
>>>
>>>Thanks in advance,
>>>Chris
>>>

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