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A different approach is the one used by Google Docs. When multiple users work on the same document, every person has her own view of the document and can modify different parts of the document in parallel. The changes are propagated through WebSockets to all users, making it possible to view the changes in real time. The model itself predates Google Docs by ...


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SVN Blame can output xml, so you can script a blame and aggregate the changes you made in a script. If you combine with the -x flag then it'll only report meaningful changes. I'm sure git blame is much the same, except it has a handy option to show stats.



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