Choose a package from the upper-left frame then the class, interface or Package-Summary
from the lower-left frame -- the list of numbered differences appears in
the middle frame. Click on a numbered difference to show the page and jump
to the difference. Clicking on the red or green triangle goes to the next
- This document set contains the differences between two specified
versions of HTML documentation. The main pages in the right-hand frame
are created using the TopBlend
tool from AT&T. (The other frames are created by shell scripts.)
- The upper left frame shows packages. New packages are shown in italics,
packages with modified files in plain text, and packages that no longer
exist in strikethrough. (Packages that have no files changed are not
listed.) Clicking on a package causes a list of files to appear in the
lower left frame.
- The lower left frame shows classes, interfaces, and package summary
files. New files are shown in italics, modified files in plain text,
and files that no longer exist in strikethrough. (Files that have no
changes are not listed.) Clicking on a file causes a file index to appear
in the middle column.
- The middle column contains a list of differences for modified files.
Clicking on a difference causes the file to appear in the main content
frame on the right. For new files, click the link at the top to display
the file. For deleted files, the middle column contains a reminder that
the file cannot be viewed.
- This document set contains all files that have differences. However,
embedded in the right-hand page you may find broken links. Broken links
are expected. We discard pages that have no differences, so any links
to the discarded pages are broken.
A red triangle () indicates
the start of the old text, which is marked
A green triangle ()
indicates the start of the new text, which is marked bold italic.
Note: Click on either the red or green triangle to go
to the next diff.
These HTML difference pages were generated by HtmlDiff, written by Thomas
Ball, and provided under license from
AT&T Labs--Research. For more information, please see the AT&T Internet Difference
Engine home page.