maybe this will be usefull for you :), using git attributes and third party
software to translate binary files like docx into plain text and then use
git to make the diff
have a nice day! :D
2013/2/19 Rainer M Krug <r.m.k...@gmail.com>
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> this might be considered slightly OT, but I am looking for a diff tool do
> compare docx files under
> I know I can do this with libre office or with MS Office under wine, but
> for this I have to have
> both files on available. But I would like to compare my working copy with
> earlier revisions.
> Is there an easy way to define this in git, so that this tool can be used
> whenever I compare docx
> files? The usage would be to simply see the differences between different
> revisions easily.
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