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RE: CD edition

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gary Lawrence Murphy []
> Sent: Monday, April 24, 2000 8:00 PM
> To: ldp-discuss@lists.linuxdoc.org
> Subject: Re: CD edition
> >>>>> "d" == dave  <dave@lafn.org> writes:
>     d> corrections need to be presented in such a way that the
>     d> maintainer has a chance to either 1.  accept; 2. reject;
>     d> 3. change it differently than suggested.
> This is probably best done the way we do software.  Ideally, the
> changes would be presented as a diff (wdiff?) against the docbook

What's wdiff?

> sources, although a diff against the ASCII sources would be 
> sufficient.
> If they can all agree to use context diffs and the patch utility,
> approving all changes (or even after hacking a few) would be so
> easy it just might get done ;)

Any idea how to implement this?  I don't know how to extract changes from a
text file in any meaningful way, although DocBook does allow you to mark
things up effectively, I think.  Right now the tool that I have that works
well for this is MS Word, but it's a hack with that.  

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