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Le 04.02.2014 20:22, e-letter a écrit :
On 04/02/2014, Peter West <> wrote:
If you write the files out as .fodt (Flat XML) files from within LO, you
will have straight XML files to compare.

Beyond that, you could get the tika-app.jar from the Apache Tika
project, which will let you extract plain text from the .fodt files and
directly from the .odt files.
On 4/02/2014 6:36 pm, wrote:

Is it possible to have a diff between 2 .docx files in libreoffice? Or
with any other tool, I do not really mind...

Similarly, you could use the command terminal:

libreoffice -convert-to fodt /path/to/m$file

Then apply your diff tool. In addition, you could then use xslt to
extract the elements/text of the fodt files.

Sounds like an interesting solution, I'll think about it next time those guys send me their junk.

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