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Subject: How to describe the difference between two XML formats?
I would like to write a DocBook document describing the difference between two XML formats. One of the formats is a replacement for the other format, and the target audience is the people currently generating the old format. My thought was to display an example in the old format, side by side with an equivalent example in the new format, and then explain the difference between them in prose. My questions are: are there any tools I can use to generate the side by side example? Some sort of XML diff program, perhaps? If not, is it possible to have two <mediaobject>s placed side by side, with a listing in each? Or do I have to manually put the examples side by side in a text file to be included? Is there a way to intermingle lines in the the examples with annotating text? (I did that when generating code examples using the Qt qdoc tool, and the result was highly effective) Thanx! - Steinar