Suggestions: A simple human-readable format for suggesting changes to text files

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  • CriticMarkup-toolkit

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    I've been looking for something like this!

    I'm wondering how it compares to https://github.com/CriticMarkup/CriticMarkup-toolkit

    I haven't tried using either yet; does anyone here have any opinions about features/ergonomics/tooling?

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  • suggestions

    A simple, human-readable format for suggesting changes and comments to text files (by hughjonesd)

    Thanks for all the comments. The software is at https://github.com/hughjonesd/suggestions; it’s my first rust project and very early stage.

    Thoughts on the spec are very welcome. I’m considering --[ deleted // added]-- as a shorthand for a common case.

  • meld

    Meld (by noamraph)

    Even simpler:

    Step 1: give me your edited `.tex` file.

    Step 2: I selectively merge it into mine.

    Step 3: There is no step 3.

    To selectively merge, I use `meld` https://meldmerge.org/ but there are others.

    Benefits of this even simpler approach:

    - We continue to use the tools we are used to.

    - We and our software don't have to learn a new inline diff format.

    - Both files retain valid syntax before and during the selective merge.

    - I can choose chunks to accept with a simple mouse click instead of editing a diff chunk.

  • twinejs

    Twine, a tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories

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