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Re: libsvn_diff functions inputs

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-31 07:01:26 CEST

On Mar 30, 2005, at 7:39 PM, Abraham Nelson wrote:

> I'm using libsvn_diff as part of a project to
> implement a 3 way merge and I've successfully been
> able to get the result of a 3-files merge and put it
> into a string.
> However I'd like to also be able to take inputs from
> existing strings (or even memory blocks), but
> functions such as svn_diff_file_diff3 only take file
> paths for input. Is there a way to specific
> variables/memory as input?

Take a look at the full svn_diff.h API. My memory tells me that its
algorithms can operate on any sort of tokens at all, not just 'line'
tokens. svn_diff_file_diff3() is just a convenience function that
happens to use line tokens, and happens to read the lines from files.
There should be lower-level APIs in there for you to use.

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