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-<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
- <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
- <meta name="Author" content="IBM">
- <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Mozilla/4.75 [en] (WinNT; U) [Netscape]">
- <title>Package-level Javadoc</title>
-Provides support for finding the differences between
-two or three sequences of comparable entities.
-The class <b>RangeDifferencer</b> finds longest sequences of matching and
-non-matching comparable entities. Its implementation is based on
-an objectified version of the algorithm described in:
-<i>A File Comparison Program,</i> by Webb Miller and Eugene W. Myers,
-Software Practice and Experience, Vol. 15, Nov. 1985.
-Clients must supply the input to the differencer as an implementation
-of the <b>IRangeComparator</b> interface.
-An <b>IRangeComparator</b> breaks the input data into a sequence
-of entities and provides a method for comparing
-one entity with the entity in another <b>IRangeComparator</b>.
-For example, to compare two text documents and find longest common
-sequences of matching and non-matching lines,
-the implementation of <b>IRangeComparator</b>
-must break the document into lines and provide a method for testing
-whether two lines are considered equal.
-See <b>org.eclipse.compare.internal.DocLineComparator</b> for how this can be done.
-The differencer returns the differences among these sequences as an
-array of <b>RangeDifference</b> objects.
-Every single <b>RangeDifference</b> describes the kind of difference
-(no change, change, addition, deletion) and the corresponding ranges
-of the underlying comparable entities in the two or three inputs.