CTAN update notification: ltxdiff
A Win32 program(me) that compares tokens in two .tex files (or directories [+subdirectories] containing .tex files) and may mark differences according to the options set by using GNU Diff to find tokens to be marked. It tries to be clever at this and won't mark something if it thinks it shouldn't, ie. \\[10mm] won't be marked as changed if it was \\[8mm]. The number of commands and environments it knows is small (the ones I use in my game design) and include some of my own, which might lead to strange behaviour or even crashes or endless loops - being able to interrupt the program(me) with CTRL+C comes in handy in such cases - if you use commands/environments of the same name but different definition. An other diff program(me) may be used if it has the switches "-b", "-B", "-d", and "-E" and they are compatible to GNU Diff's. Changes: 1. corrections and additions to readme.txt (you shouldn't write in a second language if you've fever) it should make a bit of sense now at least. 2. "-b" and "-c" switches compiled in
Thanks for the update. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf
ltxdiff – A Win32 program that compares tokens in two .tex files
The program compares tokens in two .tex files (or directories, possibly with subdirectories, containing .tex files) and marks differences according to the options set, by using GNU Diff to find tokens to be marked.
Another diff program may be used as well if it has the switches -b, -B, -d, and -E and they have the same effect as with GNU diff.