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       SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff - Subversion activity HTML notification with colorized diff


       Use svnnotify in post-commit:

         svnnotify --repos-path "$1" --revision "$2" \
           --to --handler HTML::ColorDiff [options]

       Use the class in a custom script:

         use SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff;

         my $notifier = SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff->new(%params);


       This subclass of SVN::Notify::HTML sends HTML formatted email messages for Subversion
       activity, and if the "with_diff" parameter is specified (but not "attach_diff"), then a
       pretty colorized version of the diff will be included, rather than the plain text diff
       output by SVN::Notify::HTML.


       To use SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff, simply follow the instructions in SVN::Notify, but
       when using svnnotify, specify "--handler HTML::ColorDiff".

Instance Interface

   Instance Methods


       This method starts outputs the CSS for the HTML message.  SVN::Notify::HTML::ColorDiff
       adds extra CSS to its output so that it can nicely style the diff.


         $notifier->output_diff($out_file_handle, $diff_file_handle);

       Reads the diff data from $diff_file_handle and prints it to $out_file_handle for inclusion
       in the notification message. The diff is output with nice colorized HTML markup. Each line
       of the diff file is escaped by "HTML::Entities::encode_entities()".

       If there are any "diff" filters, this method will do no HTML formatting, but redispatch to
       SVN::Notify::output_diff. See Writing Output Filters for details on filters.

See Also

       CVSspam <>

To Do

       ·   Add inline emphasis just on the text that changed between two lines, like this:

       ·   Add links to To Do stuff to the top of the email, as pulled in from the diff.  This
           might be tricky, since the diff is currently output after the message body. Maybe use
           absolute positioning CSS?


       David E. Wheeler <>

Copyright and License

       Copyright (c) 2004-2018 David E. Wheeler. Some Rights Reserved.

       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.