Well, in my case I wanted to compare two different RSS 2.0 feeds. Which 
doesn't seem to have a DTD, harrumph. I'll be quite happy when we all 
move to Atom ...

On Oct 25, 2004, at 2:07 PM, Aredridel wrote:

> On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 01:14:37 +0900, Francis Hwang <sera / fhwang.net> 
> wrote:
>> 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.
>
> Not at the moment, since it satisfies my need, and differencing on XML
> is a slightly different task, and much easier, or much harder
> depending. XHTML has to satisfy the XHTML DTD, and so there's specific
> places and specific tags to use to mark changes.
>
> With XML, it would either have to be arbitrarily defined (easy), or
> according to each flavor's DTD (hard).
>
> I'm up for it when I get some free time, if someone wanted to specify
> what they needed.
>
> Ari
>