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From "Robert S. Koberg" <...@koberg.com>
Subject Re: advice on a simple architecture for xml versioning
Date Fri, 02 Aug 2002 17:07:23 GMT
Hi,

Gerd Mueller wrote:
>>My research on the subject led me to the following (not much, I admit):
>>
>>1. It does exist an XMLDiff utility (see www.vmguys.com), but it needs JDOM.
>>   Is anyone using it in a C2 environment ?
>>   Does exist some other alternative in the xml.apache realm ?
> 
> 
> Within the Prowler-Project (http://www.infozone-group.org) we startet versioning
> of XML documents based on DOM. It works in so far that you can create a version
> tree of a document but without branches and tags (so it's not a real tree ;-)).
> If I remember right, there is also a Swing-based frontend.
>  

Subversion is looking very cool - http://subversion.tigris.org.

You get back well-formed conflicts... ahhh....

But currently there is no real java interface. There seems to be a 
little activity, though.

best,
-Rob



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