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Subject: RE: [docbook-apps] Re: [docbook] diffmk

Speaking as a guy who chewed through a lot of hours trying to get DiffMk operating at an acceptable level, just buy the DeltaXML license and figure out a way of scripting access to it.

DiffMk was an hobby/experiment for Norm. The DeltaXML people are specialists and have built a tonne of functionality into their products. In addition to that, they're a very nice bunch.


-----Original Message-----
From: Camille Bégnis [mailto:camille@neodoc.biz]
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 11:51 PM
To: Marcel Tromp; apps docbook
Subject: [docbook-apps] Re: [docbook] diffmk


please look at this thread:


Marcel Tromp wrote:
> I am trying to use diffmk 3.0.a1 to generate change markup for
> docbook5. It is kind of working, but I have certain changesets where
> deleted text is put in a <phrase> at an illegal location as well as an
> superfluous </section>:
> </section>
> <phrase revisionflag="deleted">Some deleted Text.</phrase>
> </section>
> I also read diffmk needs a diffmk.xml config file, but I am not able
> to have the tool pick it up. How is this done? Is this file still
> relevant for version 3.0.a1 (it is not part of the distribution)?
> Or should I just switch to DeltaXML? Their licensing model is a bit
> painful (cpu core based instead of number of concurrent users) and
> will pretty much prevent us from local docbook processing.
> Thanks,
> Marcel
> --

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