Carlos E.Perez has compiled a list of Open-Source XML diff tools written in Java.
I’ll need another of these 46-hour days to review them, though…
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XML diff utilities in Java
Carlos E. Perez of Managebility has created a small list of Open Source XML Diff Written in Java . I must add this to my XML Differencing Overview Page as soon as my MovableType is working again. [via Bertrand Delacretaz ]
Do you know at least a JavaBeans-diff tool by chance?
Otherwise it should be possible to to the JavaBeans –> Castor –> XML-diff way.
I don’t know of an existing diff tool for beans but it would be good to have one!
The algorithms would be similar to XML, wouldn’t they? A common project or refactoring seems to make sense then.
Bertrand Delacrétaz here - my "résumé" will tell you more.
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