No, not per se, but anything you can view in a browser is already on your computer. I don't know of any diff for web
pages that aren't downloaded to a computer, nor one that accepts urls as input files. Of course, if you have a local and
remote on your own computer, as I have, you can do that by giving it the file names.
] On Behalf Of Don
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 7:02 PM
Subject: Re: [NTB] Text-compare tools: recommendations?
I don't want to download the pages -- I want to give it two urls (or
better yet lists of urls side by side) and have it tell me what's
different. I also want to disregard the sidebars and just do the
content section. What do you think?
On 11/30/2010 4:19 PM, John Shotsky wrote:
> Not entirely sure what you mean, Don - web pages are just text files, and DiffMerge 'knows' about xml, utf-8,
> programmer's codes, etc. And you can add more rule sets if you want.
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