This looks quite cool. Are there any plans to generalize this to XML in 
general? I can think of lots of good ways to use this if it's more 
broadly applicable to XML.

On Oct 21, 2004, at 5:17 PM, Aredridel wrote:

> Since today seems to be the day for document diffing tools, here's 
> mine.
>
> I'd like to announce XHTMLDiff 1.0.0, available at
> http://theinternetco.net/projects/ruby/xhtmldiff for your consumption.
>
> XHTMLDiff takes valid XHTML as input, and generates valid XHTML with
> redlining tags (<ins> and <del>) as output. Valid input documents
> should generate valid output.
>
> It diffs down to the paragraph level at the moment. A future version
> will search down to the word.
>
> Prerequisites are REXML, Diff::LCS, and delegate.rb
>
> Bug reports are welcome.
>
> Aredridel.
>