latexdiff is a Perl script which compares two LaTeX files and marks up significant differences between them.

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Using Latexdiff math-markup for not comparing equations

I am using Latexdiff to compare 2 Latex files. I can do it successfully for text but it gives me problem with equations which I have a lot. I do not want to compare the equations. If I understand ...
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latexdiff: Bad math environment delimiter

I have an error trying to compile a very simple latexdiff file: \documentclass{article} %DIF 51a51 %DIF > %DIF ------- \newcommand{\diffblock}[1]{#1} %DIF PREAMBLE EXTENSION ADDED BY LATEXDIFF ...
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How to have latexdiff ignore specific line of text?

I have a certain piece of latex code that is giving me problems with compilation after I did a latexdiff. ... \LTcapwidth=\textwidth \begin{landscape} \begin{table} ... Gives me a diff file ...
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Using latexdiff in MiKTeX

I am trying to use latexdiff to compare two .tex files, producing a .pdf with a markup similar to the "track changes" function in Microsoft Word (see ...
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latexdiff compiles broken file

I am using latexdiff for diffing 2 versions of a document and the file created breaks whenever there is as change to chapters, sections, subsections, etc, or when this chapters,sections are added or ...