[OS X TeX]

mark oilcan markoilcan at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 28 17:59:35 EST 2006

--- Friedrich Vosberg <vatolin at mac.com> wrote:

> Morning.
> How can I markup revisions of a document in the PDF output?
> I imagine that I write a tex file, than I pdfLaTeX the file (and set  
> a revision marker) and get a first PDF output. If later I change the  
> tex file (and change the marker for revision modus) and rerun  
> pdfLaTeX again than all changes in the PDF output should be marked by  
> different colours, deleted parts should be crosslined.
> Do you know a tool for that purpose?

It sounds like you want something like latexdiff. Have you looked here:


for suggestions?

Mark A

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